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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(...)

Logistics space: most in-demand property asset class in Europe. Photograph:  Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Industrial and logistics assets are the most sought-after real estate class for European investors, according to CBRE’s annual Europe, the Middle East(...)

HWBC estimates that 2.73 million square feet of office space set to be built in Dublin this year, up from 1.97 million square feet in 2017. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish property consultancy HWBC has dismissed a claim from businessman Denis O’Brien that Dublin’s office market is currently in “bubble” territory, e(...)

Has Denis had a Morgan Kelly moment when he has spotted something everyone else has missed?

Could Denis O’Brien be right about the Dublin office market, when he warns that we are now in an over-building “bubble”? Has Denis had a Morgan Kelly (...)

The Velasco building on Grand Canal , Dublin, which was let to Google in 2017.

The continuing increase in office rental prices is forcing Irish companies to consider locations outside of Dublin’s city centre, Lisney has said. S(...)

American businessman John Mullen completed the purchase of Carton House hotel and golf resort in Kildare earlier this month for €57 million.

More than €2.5 billion has been invested in commercial property in the Republic this year, with investment spend down considerably versus the 2014 and(...)

Pearse Doherty of Sinn Féin: said he had raised the danger of avoidance schemes emerging with the Minister for Finance

Property and tax specialists remain sceptical the Government can reach its revenue target from the budget increase in commercial stamp duty, despite a(...)

Occupancy levels on Grafton, Henry and Mary streets – Dublin  city’s main shopping thoroughfares – are currently 95 to 100 per cent. Photograph: David Sleator

Commercial investment in Irish retail fell off something of a cliff in 2017, with the value of transactions for the first nine months of year down nea(...)

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(...)

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