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CBRE Ireland head of research Marie Hunt: “A heightened perception of risk has negatively impacted demand for secondary assets of late.”

Momentum has been slow in the commercial property market over the opening months of 2017 with few large assets launched for sale and not a huge volume(...)

CBRE believes prime Dublin office rents will peak in 2017 as the first meaningful increase in supply (225,000sq m) for more than five years hits the market. Photograph: Alan Betson

Total returns, rental growth and investment spend volumes in the Irish commercial property market are all expected to be lower in 2017 than last year.(...)

 Model of the  Dublin Landings scheme by Ballymore Group which is under construction on  North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was another year of rising rents and falling vacancy rates in the Dublin office market but, looking ahead, the standout feature is the supply surg(...)

The Government sees consumer spending rising 3.3 per cent and 2.9 per cent for this year and next, albeit down from a 4.5 per cent surge in 2015, even as Brexit takes its toll on sentiment. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

As retailers dream of ringing tills this Christmas, some of the biggest landlords have already been to the bank. Shopping centres emerged in 2016 a(...)

Capital Dock: one of the major office schemes currently under construction in Dublin

Dublin has more than enough office stock in the pipeline to cater for any rise in demand from companies relocating as a result of Brexit. This is ac(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has signalled  plans to bring forward measures restricting so-called vulture funds’ use of tax-efficient  structures to hold property

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has signalled that he plans to bring forward measures in the upcoming Finance Bill restricting so-called vulture f(...)

‘Even though the market has performed really strongly in recent years, it’s still pretty fragile.’

The message to overseas property investors at the height of the financial crisis was simple: come for the rock-bottom prices, stay for the tax breaks.(...)

With planning permission to almost double its size, the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is back on the market, with a price tag of €600 million. Photograph: Eric Luke

Gerald Hines, the nonagenarian Texas-based developer behind an $89 billion (€79 billion) global property empire, recalls most fondly the deals he carr(...)

JLL estimates that there is some 706,060sq m (7.6 million sq ft) of office space either under construction or with full planning permission in Dublin

Brexit and its implications for the Irish commercial and residential markets is very much the talk of the town in property circles. This is because m(...)

Cranes on the Dublin skyline: there are 27 office schemes totalling more than 330,000sq m (3.552 million sq ft) of space under construction in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A large number of sizeable office schemes are now being built in Dublin. More are on the way, and the skyline is littered with construction cranes. Bu(...)

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