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The Reflector Building in Dublin’s Hanover Quay

In what will be among the largest investment sales this year, agents Savills and CBRE have been instructed by owner Park Developments to sell the Ref(...)

Senator Neale Richmond, Fine Gael’s Seanad Brexit spokesman; CBRE executive director Marie Hunt; and CBRE managing director Myles Clarke.

Ireland’s commercial property sector is expected to post another bumper year in 2019, with office space take-up likely to remain strong and build to r(...)

Lisney says more than half the office take-up in Dublin during 2018 was tech-related and 80 per cent was located in Dublin city centre. Photograph: iStock

Dublin’s office rental market expanded in 2018, setting new records as tech companies proliferated in the city. The figures from property consultants(...)

Bolands Quay

In a year of monster deals, Facebook’s recently announced move to the 14-acre Bankcentre campus opposite the RDS in Ballsbridge has real wow factor: “(...)

Kitty Hawk’s Cora  autonomous personal aircraft, backed by Google co-founder Larry Page

Drones and driverless cars look set to have a profound impact on buildings, our cities and the way we get around. Amazon, for example, floated the id(...)

Ikea is reported to be keen on a site in Carrickmines. Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann
What’s hot in the burbs

The highest suburban retail and office rents in Dublin are on the southside – with Sandyford and Dundrum setting the pace – but travel a little furthe(...)

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 (...)

Minister for Finance  Paschal Donohoe: will struggle to raise an additional €375 million in tax revenue from the higher 6 per cent rate of commercial stamp duty brought  in Budget 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Early indicators suggest Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will struggle to raise an additional €375 million in tax revenue from the higher 6 per c(...)

One Molesworth Street on the corner of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street, one of Dublin’s newer office spaces. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Appetite for office space in Dublin is showing no sign of abating as the capital recorded a record volume of take-up in the first quarter of 2018. F(...)

Almost three-quarters of Irish investment activity in the first quarter occurred in the Dublin market, according to property consultants CBRE. Photograph: Alan Betson

Almost €930 million was invested in commercial property in the Republic in the first three months of 2018, according to property consultants CBRE. Th(...)

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