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The Tropical Fruit Warehouse overlooking Samuel Beckett Bridge on the south docks in Dublin. It will operate with net zero carbon emissions.

Iput, the leading Irish commercial property investment group and developer, said it is planning to cut carbon emissions from new developments and majo(...)

The facility   will be the first fully carbon neutral distribution facility of its kind in Ireland.

Sports retailer Life Style Sports is to occupy a new €20 million distribution centre being developed by property group Iput at the Aerodrome Business (...)

Iput CEO Niall Gaffney says  long-term investors  acquiring prime offices in the midst of Covid-19 understand the nature of cycles and will be proven to be right.

The chief executive of Iput, Niall Gaffney, has said the move by a number of long-term investors to acquire offices in Dublin and other international (...)

Properties in Iput’s portfolio include the Tropical Fruit Warehouse in Dublin’s Docklands

Irish property investment group Iput collected 97 per cent of rent due last year despite the Covid crisis, resulting in a cash dividend of €102.5 mill(...)

Royal Hibernian Way occupies a high-profile position on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre.

The German family-office investor, AM Alpha, is said to be in pole position to acquire Royal Hibernian Way on Dawson Street. Having paid €50 million (...)

Workplacemaking is integral to Iput’s design of LinkedIn’s new European headquarter campus at Wilton Park

While the much-anticipated delivery of a Covid-19 vaccine may now be in sight, fuelling hopes among some scientific experts of a return to “normal lif(...)

Royal Hibernian Way occupies a prominent position on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre.

Aviva will be hoping to capitalise on the continuing international appetite for prime Dublin office investments with the launch of Royal Hibernian Way(...)

Crowds make their way along Grafton Street in busier times but In the absence to date of a vaccine or effective treatment for Covid-19, the recovery for  the street and other city centre retailers has been sluggish. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Although much is made each year of Grafton Street’s appearance in the annual ranking of the world’s most expensive main streets by commercial real est(...)

Crowds make their way along Grafton Street following the easing of coronavirus restrictions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Coronavirus has delivered shockwaves to a retail market already under pressure. The lockdowns across Europe brought economies to a standstill with the(...)

Iput this week resumed construction of LinkedIn’s new European HQ at Wilton Park in Dublin

Irish property investment group Iput has secured a new and increased revolving credit facility of €300 million from Wells Fargo Bank . Some €200 mil(...)

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