Colm Lauder

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Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Docks scheme.  Renters can expect to pay €3,300 for a two-bedroom apartment. That comes with a concierge service, a cinema, a gym, resident lounges, business suites, a games room and a so-called chef’s kitchen. Photograph: Tom Honan

Although patronising, the “generation rent” moniker describing young workers with pitiful prospects of home ownership is becoming more accurate by the(...)

The Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin, which is part owned by UK listed company Hammerson. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / THE IRISH TIMES

The troubled UK shopping centre landlord Hammerson is expected to announce a programme of asset sales this week as it seeks to appease angry sharehold(...)

Hampton Wood Square, Finglas: Ires Reit spent €40 million on 128 apartments in the 2nd quarter of 2018.

Activity in the residential investment market in Dublin – essentially build-to-rent – was larger than the office and retail sectors in the second qua(...)

Ires chief executive Margaret Sweeney. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Ireland’s largest residential property investor generated a net income of €6.3 million in the first three months of this year and flagged trading in l(...)

Expected rents at Hampton Wood in Finglas are € 1,350 per month for a one-bed, and € 1,700 for a two-bed.

Property investment company Ires Reit is looking to beef up its rental portfolio with the acquisition of 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in Dublin 11. (...)

Dublin office leases are now up to seven years longer on average than in London.

Lease lengths on Irish commercial property continue to grow, according to Goodbody real estate analyst Colm Lauder. This should provide greater comf(...)

Work in progress on Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 .Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

For enthusiasts of construction hoarding, a stroll around Dublin’s city must be a delight. Perhaps less so than before Christmas, but there’s no shor(...)

81A Campshires, a building restored by Denis O’Brien, achieved a rent roll of €72 per square foot.

The “remarkable recovery” in Dublin’s office market is now “largely complete” as rental prices edge towards €65 per square foot, analysts from Goodbod(...)

Cairn’s  gain to €1.75 per share was the stock’s steepest rise since the end of August. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Shares in housebuilder Cairn Homes advanced as much as 3.13 per cent on the Irish stock exchange on Tuesday. The gain to €1.75 per share was the stock(...)

Green Reit’s horizon logistics park is said to offer the group’s greatest expansion.

Irish stockbrokers Davy and Goodbody have upgraded their forecasts for Green Reit following a strong recent set of full-year results for the property (...)

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