Hannah Dwyer

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Heuston South Quarter, where telecoms group Eir has its headquarters, was the biggest Irish property sale of 2018 Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Some €3.6 billion of Irish commercial property traded during 2018 across almost 200 deals, according to Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL). The level increased (...)

Dogpatch Labs’ shared-office space at CHQ in the IFSC. Photograph: David Sleator

Co-working and flexible office space – where companies and individuals rent on a short-term basis in trendy, often Google-like environments – emerged (...)

Hannah Dwyer: Property index continued stable in 2017 despite a 200% increase in stamp duty in Budget 2018.

Overall returns from the Irish commercial property market reached 10.5 per cent in 2017, with 1.4 per cent of the growth coming in the last three mont(...)

Some believe the development focus will now shift to the north docks as there’s very few sites or refurbishment opportunities left on the southside. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Dublin office market had another strong year in 2017 with take-up and rents approaching 2007 peaks and a strong supply line of new space under con(...)

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

The commercial property market continues to prosper, with the latest JLL Irish Property Index reporting overall returns up by 3.8 per cent in the pas(...)

Hannah Dwyer of JLL: Overall capital values have increased by 82.6% since the bottom of the market, though still 40% lower than the peak.

The commercial property market continues to show stability, with the latest JLL Property Index reporting overall returns of 2.4 per cent in the last q(...)

Hannah Dwyer of JLL: industrial market performing steadily

The continuing improvement in the economy has led to a sharp take-up of industrial warehouse space in the Dublin area. A new report by agent JLL shows(...)

Hannah Dwyer, head of research at JLL: The property index shows continued stability, with a steady return of 2.5 per cent in the first three months of 2017.

Ireland’s commercial property market continues to perform strongly. The JLL Irish Property Index reports that overall returns on its portfolio grew by(...)

Offices being developed in Dublin’s docklands: “There are currently 3.2 million square feet of available office space under construction in Dublin.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Take-up of office space in Dublin was 11 per cent higher in the first quarter of 2017 compared with the same period last year. This is according to (...)

Central Park  in Leopardstown: one of the top suburban office locations. Photograph: Alan Betson

With prime Dublin city office rents at boom era peaks and associated vacancy rates at never-seen-before lows some businesses are scoping out the subur(...)

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