Hannah Dwyer:  said that total volumes had been boosted by four large portfolio sales

The total amount of capital invested in Irish real estate during the past three month was higher than in any other quarter in history. Between July an(...)

Dublin offices showed the greatest increase in rents, rising by 16.9 per cent over the past 12 months.   Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Commercial property values are continuing to recover, rising by 5 per cent in the last three months and by 19.4 per cent in past year. In spite of th(...)

John Moran:  2014 had been the year of the portfolio sale

Around €800 million was spent on Irish real estate in the second quarter of the year, bringing to €1.7 billion the capital invested in 2014. Agent JLL(...)

 Dublin: the city’s recent office rental growth was significantly ahead of global and  European averages. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

An international study which tracks the performance of prime office rents in 95 major business locations has identified Dublin as the “standout market(...)

The volume of Dublin industrial space transacted in the first quarter of 2014 was 21,771sq m (262,939 sq ft) across 33 deals

The overall take-up of industrial space in the Dublin market in the first three months of this year was down 52 per cent on the same quarter la(...)

 Central Park  in Leopardstown: most notable sale in the first quarter of 2014.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The commercial property market continues to bounce back after six years of decline and a fall in values of ov(...)

New research from agent JLL reports that turnover in the Irish commercial property investment market reached over €1bn in the first quarter of (...)

JACK FAGANCommercial Property Editor Dublin is ranked first in Europe for likely rental growth in the office and industrial mar(...)

Confirmation of the recovery taking place in the commercial property market mainly in central Dublin has come from the long-running Irish Property Ind(...)

Overall returns in the Irish commercial property market rose by 3.5 per cent in the three months up to the end of September, bringing the results for (...)