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(...)

George’s Court in Smithfield is 65 per cent occupied and tenants include the Office of Public Works and the Law Society of Ireland

A Norwegian investor has paid €28.65 million for an office investment in Smithfield, Dublin 7, which was developed by Liam Carroll’s Zoe Developments (...)

At a selling price of €7 million, the EastPoint office building would pass to the new owner at €1,905 a square metre, less than the cost of replacing it.

A 20-year-old building recently upgraded by tenants Google at EastPoint Business Park in the Dublin docklands is to be offered for sale to investors h(...)

Commercial Property EditorTwo adjoining office buildings substantially let to government agencies in Dublin city centre will be of interest to a range(...)

The block containing the two retail premises  is located on the north side of Parnell Street in Dublin, immediately opposite the intersection with Moore Street

A substantial retail building let to Tesco and a bookstore at Parnell Street, Dublin 1, goes on the market to(...)

Morrison Chambers, Nassau Street: stepped rental increase and a turnover top-up agreement to see rent roll rise. photograph: dara mac dónaill

An investment company has paid just over €10 million – €2 million above the guide price – for(...)

Ulysses House, Foley Street: top floor of 609sq m (6,561sq ft) is let to the Dublin office of an international law firm

An office investment showing a particularly high return comes on the market today when agent JLL begins marketing the top floor of an office bl(...)

Five retail units located in Morrison Chambers at the junction of Dawson Street and Nassau Street in Dublin city centre are to be offered for sale (...)

Fitzwilliam Hall, Dublin 2: the serviced office centre produces a rent roll of €800,000 per annum and has seen interest from parties intent on bidding on all or part of a distressed property portfolio being sold for up to €140 million. photograph: frank miller

Green REIT, Ireland’s first property investment trust, remains favourite to buy a distressed property portfolio being sold by Danske Bank and expected(...)