Blanchardstown Centre: Green Property said its master plan for the area includes some 1.6 million sq ft of development capacity. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As Green Property Group prepares the €1 billion sale of the Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, attention has turned to who might be interested in p(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: part of Project Jewel sale.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Rising sales have helped the retail sector turn a corner in 2015 but, battered by the bust, it still faces significant challenges in terms of an overs(...)

Twitter leasing 85,000sq ft in Cumberland House near Pearse Station at €50 per sq ft demonstrated the growing trend of refurbishment of 1960s office buildings

The Dublin office market has experienced another robust year in terms of rental growth, take-up of space and investor activity but, even though the pr(...)

Four shops, including McDonald’s,  on Grafton Street were part of the Sovereign Portfolio sale. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The Irish commercial property market has turned on its head since the 2008 crash. Ownership of a large proportion of our best properties has passed t(...)

Niall Gaffney: Iput’s strategy involves attracting leading global brands. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish property fund Iput plc has let 7 Hanover Quay in Dublin’s south docklands area to global consulting group Accenture on a lease worth €3.65 milli(...)

     Bank of Ireland   group chief executive Richie Boucher:   says he has  made clear his desire to lend to businesses to support the growth of the Irish economy.   Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish property has been hot, hot, hot with international investors for some time now. This has been largely driven by sale portfolios by various banks(...)

Winning number: Prime zone A rents in Dundrum  Town Centre are now about €4,000 per sq m, which is almost double those in some other suburban  centres. photograph: matt kavanagh

Investor appetite for Irish retail assets is on the increase, according to a new report from agent CBRE. It claims that 54 per cent of investor spend (...)

 Grafton Street. Photograph: David Sleator

Some 54 per cent of the buildings on both of Dublin’s prime retail streets are owned by property funds which equates to 64 per cent of the retail spac(...)

Some €323m was invested in the Dublin commercial property market in Q2 with prime offices making up 64 per cent of the total

Turnover in the Irish commercial property market was €671 million in Q2, down 30 per cent on Q1, according to the latest research from BNP Paribas Rea(...)

17-19 The Anchorage: sale of the quayside property for €26 million at a yield of just 4.3 per cent is indicative of how much prime yields have tightened

Investor spend in the Irish commercial property investment market in the second quarter of 2015 was split almost 50/50 between Dublin and the province(...)