Hannah Dwyer: “Occupiers continue to be focused on prime quality space in key south-west and north-west locations”

New research from JLL shows a sharp decline in the take-up of Dublin industrial space in the first quarter of 2016 but, due to limited availability of(...)

Offices:  had the greatest rental increases – up 4.4 per cent – in the first quarter of 2016

The commercial property market continues to perform strongly with the latest index from agent JLL showing that overall returns were up by 4 per cent i(...)

Hannah Dwyer: “Take-up for Q4 was 97,462sq m (1,049,071sq ft) across 50 deals and there were six transactions greater than 4,645sq m (50,000sq ft).”

The latest Dublin industrial market report from agent JLL confirms the strong turnaround in the sector with record take-up recorded over the course of(...)

Hannah Dwyer: Rental values were growing quite strongly and were likely to be a driver of capital growth in 2016.

The commercial property market is continuing to perform strongly with overall returns up by 6.2 per cent in the last three months of 2015 and by 25.5 (...)

Jones Lang Lasalle associate director and head of research Hannah Dwyer said 2015 was ‘another strong year’ for the Irish property market

A total of €3.45 billion of investment transactions have traded in the last 12 months across the country, according to new figures by estate agent Jon(...)

Office sector: returns up by  4.6 per cent in third quarter

The property index compiled by agents JLL confirms that that the commercial property market is performing strongly with overall returns up 7.7 per cen(...)

Jll promotions (from left):  Christian Moore, Mark Synnott, Paddy Cusack, Hannah Dwyer, Woody O’Neill, John Moran (MD), Aengus McCarthy, Jaqueline Fitzpatrick, Dara Byrne, Brian Shields, and Daniel O’Connor

Estate agents JLL Ireland has just appointed 10 of its staff to “divisional” and “associated director” level. The company recently moved to 1,208sq m(...)

Overall rental values increased in the last three months by +2.9 per cent with industrials showing the greatest increase (+9.2 per cent), followed by offices at +3.5 per cent

The ongoing recovery in the commercial property market shows no signs of slowing down. The JLL Irish Property Index published today indicates that ov(...)

Rents for industrial premises were up 2.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2015

The JLL Irish Property Index recorded a steady start to the year, with overall returns in the first quarter up by 4.1 per cent.The 35.2-per cent rise (...)

JLL says 95 per cent of investment transactions in Q1 were for Dublin assets while 93 per cent of total volumes were for offices with retail at 4 per cent and mixed-use at 2 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

New research from agent JLL suggests the Irish property investment market got off to a solid start this year with almost €1 billion transacted in Q1, (...)