75 Merrion Square: the refurbished building with 5,494sq ft is on the market with Murphy Mulhall for more than €2.5 million which equates to €4,898 per sq m/€455 per sq ft

The Georgian office market has bounced back strongly over the past two years and, given that the prime Dublin 2 Grade A office vacancy rate now stands(...)

One Earlsfort Terrace:  let to one of Ireland’s leading law firms, Eversheds, at a rental income of €630,000 per annum

One of the original office buildings on Dublin’s Earlsfort Terrace, opposite the National Concert Hall, goes on the market today with a guide price of(...)

George’s Dock 2 in Dublin’s IFSC: the building comes with 40 car parking spaces as well as a third-generation fit-out including raised access floors, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting

Irish Life will have the option to upgrade George’s Dock 2 (GD2), a high-profile office building at the entrance to Dublin’s International Financial S(...)

Beaux Lane House: Reputed to have been developed at a cost of about €20m

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)has sold a substantial office block at the rear of Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre to Germa(...)

From left: Daniel Shannon, Laura O’Connell, James Meagher, Adrian Trueick and Declan Reilly

Knight Frank has announced the appointment of Laura O’Connell and Daniel Shannon as directors of the firm. O’Connell handles rent reviews and arbitrat(...)

Tallaght Enterprise Centre: three adjoining buildings are let to print and business technology supplier Brian S Ryan, the Health Services Executive and the Vocational Education Committee

An office investment which will provide a return of 9.15 per cent near the M50 in Tallaght, Co Dublin, comes on the market this week at an asking pric(...)

Georges Dock House: rented at €2,050,000 and provides an initial return of 6.8 per cent

The renewed interest by Irish and overseas investment groups in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre will be tested again shortly when a (...)

Adrian Trueick is Irish investment property director with Knight Frank  Adrian Trueick is Irish investment property director with Knight Frank

What would you like to see happening in the commercial property market? In order to maintain the strong level of job creation by multi-nationals and t(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: expected to come on the market in the early part of the year and will generate considerable interest at home and abroad. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Six years after the property meltdown, the painful hangover has been replaced by a buying frenzy, much of it at surprisingly high values.The turnarou(...)

UPC block in East Point Business Park, close to Dublin’s city centre. photograph: peter moloney

The successful run of distressed commercial property sales and the higher prices available have triggered an increasing number of routine investment d(...)