Eir headquarters near Heuston Station has been purchased by a Far Eastern investor for €176 million. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Unnamed new owner’s investment will show a 5.7% yield after rent rises

The Hilton Hotel in Kilmainham is owned by Tifco. The group also manages Clontarf Castle

Goldman Sachs-backed hotel group Tifco owns 18 hotels as well as sites for two new hotels in Dublin

No 4/5 Dawson Street, Dublin. The 994sq m building produces a rental income of €399,360. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Travel company is over-holding two floors of the five-storey block since lease ended in 2016

The Hynes Building has an attractive stone facade, with large  windows to ensure natural light for much of the day

Refurbished and under-rented three-storey Hynes Building has available office space

CGI of logistics building at Baldonnel Business Park, Dublin 22

UK firm breaks ground on first phase of €40m project to rent for €9.25 per sq ft

The current HQ of New Ireland Assurance on Dawson Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

BoI looking for at least €35m for interlinking office blocks, which will be vacated

The White Company is set to move into no 72 Grafton Street.

Luxury retail brand agrees a rent of €750,000 for Iput-owned store

The two office units in Dublin’s south docklands extend to 1,278sq m (13,767sq ft) over the ground and first floors, with ancillary basement storage and six car-parking spaces

Investment’s €673,210 rental income will show net return of 5.75%

One Molesworth Street: Green Reit is particularly happy to have attracted not only a branch of The Ivy Collection of restaurants but also Barclays Bank

Bakery-restaurant follows Kildare outlet as it looks to more Dublin locations

Plans for Pembroke Square in Dundrum village include a 700sq m basement leisure facility.

Flagship food hall running to 10,000sq ft will anchor open-air Pembroke Square

Blackcastle land outside Navan, Co Meath: The land was originally designated as the Clonmagadden Valley Strategic Development Zone before the property crash

Blackcastle lands could host 1,100 houses plus new high street, according to agent

Offers in excess of €4.9 million are being invited for the 1.25-acre site at Dunville Close in Ranelagh, Dublin 6.

Dunville Close site on 1.25 acres off Annesley Park includes end-of-terrace house

Ulster Bank on 2-4 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1. The 1,130sq m (12,060sq ft) building was initially sold at the height of the property market in 2007

Purchase price of €12.5m will see 4.5% yield as bank pays €580,000 on 30-year lease

Cullen & Co Jewellers, with dual frontage on to Castle Market and Drury Street

Lisney will be next to test market when it auctions Nourish building on Wicklow Street

Bank of Ireland in Mallow, Co Cork, is the highest-value branch in the portfolio, valued at €3,220,274. Photograph: Peter Moloney

Layden Group selling Bank of Ireland branches that yield combined rent of €2.29m

The former Loreto hostel, on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, goes on sale today

Georgian building sold by Loreto nuns a year ago for €7.5m has plans to become 81-bed hotel

CGI of the new 1GQ: one of only 10 buildings in Ireland to achieve LEED Platinum certification

CDB Aviation to lease 2,210sq m penthouse in 1GQ office complex for €645 per sq m

An image  of the newly branded Central Plaza (formerly the Central Bank building) in Dublin.

Central Plaza will provide 12,500sq m of fashion, food and office facilities

The wharehouse facility that Ronan Holdings has let to Holland & Barrett at a rent of  €9.44 per sq ft

When completed this year, Heron House will lease for €9.45/sq ft and sell for €149/sq ft

The ambitious project will be promoted by Anthony Byrne, founder of the Tivoli Theatre

Regeneration plan will include aparthotel, restaurant and performance arts venue

The former St Mary’s Carmelite seminary on Bloomfield Avenue in Donnybrook, Dublin 4:  selling agents WK Nowlan and GVA Donal O Buachalla had originally quoted €10 million-plus for the estate

Cork’s Scally family group buys St Mary’s in Donnybrook for €6m above quoted price

CGI of Cherrywood, which has been granted strategic development zoning for the planned new town.

Welcome boost from €450m commitment by US and Dutch investors

CGI of the proposed apartment building in Clongriffin

Clongriffin builder Gannon Homes receives permission for 139 apartments in complex

The retail units and office suites along with Trinity Street car park off Dame Street, Dublin

Investment includes three ground-floor shops and four self-contained office units

Molton Brown, 80 Grafton Street, Dublin has been sold to Irish Life

Five-storey investment anchored by Molton Brown will likely sell for more than €9m guide

The largest commercial property transaction of the year in the State was the forward funding by Irish Life of the €126.3 million construction of a new headquarters for Grant Thornton at City Quay in Dublin.

Irish investors muscled past foreign investors in the 3rd quarter

No 19 St Stephen’s Green was designed by Richard Cassells, the top Dublin architect of the Georgian era.

Leading restaurant’s €240,000 rent due to rise by €50,000 in 2019

Dublin Landings: a computer-generated image of one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin. The agreed sale of Dublin Landings is proof of the depth of investor demand for the right product

No 1 The Landings deal set to close in early 2018 when block reaches ‘practical completion’

St George’s Church: sold to Bartra Capital Property for about €3m

Former church let to Temple Street Hospital on rent roll of €225,000 a year

Crampton Buildings retail block in Dublin’s Temple Bar: made over €3m more since it last sold three years ago. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Block includes Elephant & Castle restaurant, Starbucks and Gallagher’s Boxty House

The H&M building is among a portfolio of shops, offices and apartments near the Gaiety Theatre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Price expected to hit €165m for investment with rent roll in excess of €6.8m

Newenham House: Tenants at the nearly 69,000sq ft office block include Campbell Catering, Experian Group and Cerner Ireland.

Newenham House looking for €16.3m and Newenham Court seeks €9.15m

Joint agents Lisney and Ganly Walters are guiding in excess of €5 million for St Mary’s Home and its exclusive grounds, which extend to 0.35 hectare (0.86 acre)

St Mary’s Home sits on high-value site and will trigger intense competition from investors

The Square opened in 1990, and its anchor tenants include Dunnes Stores, Tesco and Debenhams.   Photograph: Peter Moloney

Final bids for 27-year-old shopping mall were lodged this week

Waterstones, 68-69 Patrick Street, Cork, has an annual rent of €770,000, giving an initial yield of 11.36 per cent

Investment in the double-fronted property will show an initial yield of 11.36 per cent

48 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin: it underwent a complete refurbishment in 2005

No 48 Fitzwilliam Square currently producing rent of €135,000 and likely to increase

The Lisney agency will seek €7.5 million for the Flanagan Kerins furniture showroom on 0.34 of a hectare on Deerpark Road

Sale of Flanagan Kerins showroom will allow construction of 48 apartments and offices

Cullen & Co: the jeweller is one of three properties that make up the portfolio for sale

Portfolio promises 5.1% net return on Cullen & Co, Nail & Beauty and Blazing Salads

Hampton Wood Square in Finglas: within walking distance of Ikea between junctions 4 and 5 of the M50

One- and two-bedroom units built by Dwyer Nolan will show gross yield of 7.25%

Applewood Village in Swords

Portfolio produces rent of €721,000 and includes houses, apartments and various shops

Topaz Coolfore Service Station, Ashbourne, Co Meath

Buyer of stations in Finglas and Ashbourne can expect net initial yield of 9.01%

Block A of Joyce’s Court on Talbot Street, Dublin, which has been purchased by Corum Asset Management

Corum eyeing net yield of 5.7% for Talbot Street office and retail centre

Golden Lane, Dublin 2: The lease will be guaranteed by New Relic Inc, a Nasdaq-listed stock exchange company

Mm Capital upgrading modern office block before letting to New Relic moves in

The New Ross Boat Yard, Co Wexford, is on a 1.62 hectare- site.

Dry dock one of only three in the Republic that can handle large commercial boats

Crowley Park could accommodate at least 150 houses.

Crowley Park’s 9.76 acres to go for minimum price of €6m

The largest of the three blocks being developed  at Number One Ballsbridge is to be let entirely to Avolon

Aviation giant will pay €624 per sq m at its new headquarters in Dublin 4

Molton Brown has just completed three years of a 15-year lease of the building, which has 85.03sq m (915sq ft) at street level and 390.67sq m (4,205sq ft) over five floors including the basement

No 80’s investment yield of 2.8% expected to rise to 4.25% within two years

Exchequer Chambers: Much of the uplift in rents has been achieved in the letting of the upper floors which at the date of the sale were producing €143,500 via a lease with Eircom.

Uplift in rents at Victorian landmark achieved by letting of upper floors

The period building, acquired for close to the €20 million asking price, will give Kennedy Wilson a strategic hold on much of the south side of Stephen’s Green, where it already owns the adjoining headquarters of KPMG. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Kennedy Wilson already owns adjoining KPMG building on south side of green

The best-positioned retail units in the Trinity Street car park  complex are let to Pichet restaurant and Excel Dry Cleaners.

Busy car park let under 35-year lease that produces current total rent roll of €920,000

Halcam Court, 61 Pembroke Road in Dublin 4: currently producing rental income of €362,148 a year

Halcam Court, in 15 apartments and three houses, produces €362,148 in rent a year

The Citywest buildings are let to a mixture of national and multinational tenants including TDS, euNetworks and KCI/Acelity

Complex has a combination of office units and warehouses with office facilities

Hannah Dwyer of JLL: Notes revised stamp duty from 2 to 6%, which will lead to a reduction in the value of all commercial property

JLL reports that capital values up by 2.6% in last quarter and 7.6% in past 12 months

South Point on Harmony Row: recently redeveloped and enlarged by an additional floor by boutique investment broker Lugus Capital

Building close to Merrion Sq let on two 25-year leases, with rent income of €790,870

Two Haddington Buildings on Haddington Road, Dublin 4, has an overall floor area of 10,497sq m

Newly named Two Haddington Buildings leased to Japanese advertising agency

The five-acre north docklands site, originally owned by Liam Carroll, on sale for €27 million

Study shows that 5-acre site could accommodate 400 apartments

Three of the properties in the “Merrion Collection” have leases that run out next year; the fourth lease expires in 2020

Insurer paid less than €9m for portfolio and will be looking to increase €433,000 rent roll

Plans for One Ballsbridge. A new streetscape will link Pembroke and Shelbourne roads in Dublin 4.

Dylan McGrath will also open a new restaurant in Dublin 4 centre

North Bank

New owner can count on rent roll to top €2.3m at Liam Carroll-built docklands block

Independent House, which was built in 2004, has five storeys of offices over a  supermarket at street level.

Independent House and Brett Court measure 61,000sq ft and produce rent of €1.47m

Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin

No 1 Dublin Landings, the first of five such buildings, should provide initial return of 4.5%

Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin

No 1 Dublin Landings, the first of five such buildings, should provide initial return of 4.5%

1GQ on George’s Quay: had served as Ulster Bank’s headquarters since the 1990s

Firm to occupy 50,000sq ft of old Ulster Bank HQ, newly modernised and renamed 1GQ

Cherrywood in south Dublin: The undeveloped land bank could become a brand new town centre

Envisioned new town centre of 2.1m sq ft to include 1,200 apartments, shops and hotel

Ceannt railway station in Galway city centre.

‘Ceannt Quarter’ to have 46,000sq m of shops, offices, 176 homes and 200-bed hotel

St Andrew’s House: the four-storey over-basement Georgian block has a current annual rent roll of €532,000.

BCP Asset Management buys St Andrew’s House investment on Exchequer Street

Tesco in Roscrea, Co Tipperary

‘Supermarket Collection’ has stores in Sandyford, Wexford and Tipperary

Citypoint in Galway city centre

Galway’s Citypoint and Swords’ Boroimhe Shopping Centre part of investment

The Elephant & Castle’s lease is €160,000 per year

Restaurants and retail units among portfolio fronting Temple Bar and Crampton Quay

Blanchardstown Shopping Centre will be getting bigger. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Owner Blackstone to spend further €40m on additional 100,000sq ft

The five-storey over-basement block includes three shops at street level and four spacious apartments on the upper floors

Mixed-use period building, including three shops and four apartments, guiding €6m

The Gibson Hotel has 20 suites among its 252 bedrooms

Harry Crosbie-developed property is leased to Dalata on passing yearly rent of €4.65m

The Square Tallaght: the southwest Dublin shopping destination sits on 27 acres and extends to 577,000sq ft.

Rental income of nearly €14 million means shopping centre offers yield of 5.75 per cent

Ashton House: the Italianate-style mansion was built in the 1880s and later remodelled in a Palladian style

€3.5m asking price for Ashton House is €22.5m less than price achieved in 2006

Honeypark in Dún Laoghaire: Ireland’s largest buy-to-let apartment development has been bought by a German fund

Patrizia buys 319 Nama-funded multifamily apartments on old Dún Laoghaire golf course

New Bancroft Hall: The Tallaght apartment development has been purchased by the Dublin Artisan Development Fund for €30m-plus. Photograph: PM Photography

Third of New Bancroft Hall units will be rented as social housing, says letting agent

The Jervis centre generates a rental income of more than €16 million per annum, a figure that will rise to €18.5 million over the next 18 months

The seven-year loan has been made available to a company controlled by Paddy McKillen and Padraig Drayne

The Landings: The NTMA is leasing the entire new build next to the Central Bank building –  nearly 143,000sq ft. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Agency to take 25-year lease on entire first stage of Dublin Landings under construction

Frascati Shopping Centre: Aldi will become a tenant of the refurbished retail centre in Blackrock, Dublin

German giant joins Debenhams and M&S as anchor tenants in south Dublin destination

The CIÉ-owned site at Grand Canal Quay, which will be developed into an office block

Property at Grand Canal Quay adjoining Dart station could earn agency €1m annually

Two of the interlinking formal reception rooms at 64 Fitzwilliam Square.

Opulent Georgian mansion is to become a private residence

Carton House: The 668-acre mansion, hotel and golf and sports facilities “reached consensual agreement with Nama to put Carton House Resort on the market” for €60m.

Owners believed to have invested €90m restoring house and building hotel and golf courses

One Grand Parade: New owner Quadoro Doric can expect a net yield of about 3.8% based on a €26m valuation.  Photograph: Peter Moloney

Six-storey One Grand Parade, bought by German fund for €26m, has rent roll of €1m

CGI view of Central Park in Leopardstown

Office building will extend to 100,000sq ft with double level underground car park

AIB on Grafton Street: Irish Life is expected to earn a net initial yield of 3.5 per cent based on current rent roll of €1.8 million.

Property fund spends €50m on investment which sold for €28m in 2010

Kilbarrack Shopping Centre is one of three suburban Dublin shopping centres on sale for a total of €43m.

Suburban malls plus an office building bring a rent roll of €3m

The coffee kiosk in Ballsbridge: bought by Starbucks brothers for €330,000.

Premises measuring just 37sq ft has traded for decades at three-way road junction

Number One Molesworth Street under construction. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

London’s Ivy restaurant chain expected to open on ground floor of new block

Limerick Technology Park: three blocks owned by the Brookvale Group are expected to sell fro more than €25 million

Three blocks expected to attract interest from Irish and overseas investment funds

94 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin: the original Centenary Church of Ireland, currently headquarters of the Department of Justice, is for sale for €20 million.

Building used as Department of Justice and Equality HQ for sale for €20m

Charlemont Place, D2: The office building owned by Rohan Holdings is letting the 37,000sq ft space to ViaSat

Technology company ViaSat agrees to pay €55 per sq ft for new building

Block C: The 58,000sq ft office building in Maynooth is 70% let to Capita Asset Services.

Partially occupied Block C could produce rent roll of €600,000-plus once fully leased

The new headquarters for Tracey Solicitors is this building at the corner of Trinity and St Andrews streets, which originally served as a showroom for the Department of Environment. Photograph: Alan Betson

Law firm expands practice into three floors of redeveloped property for €300,000 a year

77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin: six-storey Block C is for sale for €28 million.

77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay six-storey Block C’s floor space set to draw interest

St Teresa’s House: the listed Victorian mansion, owned by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, is included in the land sale  in Blackrock, south Dublin

Land bank of nearly 10 acres close to Blackrock village seeking €25m-plus

Blackpool Shopping Centre in Cork: The mixed-use portfolio, which produces an income of €7.38m, is for sale for €117m

Varde Partners originally bought 300,000sq ft Blackpool as part of three-centre package

St George’s: The deconsecrated church on Dublin’s Temple Street is now a fully fitted out modern office building, and for sale for €2.9m.

Beautifully restored St George’s in north inner city will provide initial yield of 8.58%

Adelaide Chambers in Dublin: The 18th-century office building and modern extension is on sale for €8 million.

Adelaide Chambers’ rent roll of €293,000 has scope to more than double

CGI of the Mount Argus scheme in Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W: The 4.4-acre site will have 180 apartments.

Dublin developments set for Harold’s Cross, Bluebell and Cabra

The Jacobs Inn Hostel in Dublin: The purpose-built hostel, with its 428 bed spaces, is for sale in excess of €13.5m.

Budget hostel popular with tourists for two decades

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