Niall Gaffney

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IPUT controls 470,000sq m of office space with a net asset value of €2.62 billion, including 28-29 Grafton Street, occupied by Victoria’s Secret

Commercial property developers must adopt digital technology as the demands of tenants change, one of the Republic’s leading property investors has sa(...)

Computer generated image of the Wilton Park estate which includes the former Fitzwilton House, now One Wilton Park.

Property fund Iput has been granted planning permission for a €350 million redevelopment of the Wilton Park site in Dublin 2, which it says will creat(...)

One Wilton Park.

Property company IPUT said it has agreed to rent One Wilton Park to tech company LinkedIn, on a 25 year lease. The 150,000 sq ft building, which is (...)

The building, originally used for the importation of tropical fruit into Ireland, sits on the waterfront facing Samuel Beckett bridge.

Planning permission has been granted to redevelop a warehouse in Dublin docklands originally owned by U2. It will become an office block. The listed (...)

About 800 AIB employees, including chief executive Bernard Byrne, will move to the 115,000sq ft  office building on Molesworth Street in 2019

AIB has signed a 20-year lease to move its corporate headquarters to the centre of Dublin from Ballsbridge from 2019. About 800 employees, understoo(...)

Illustration  of 5 Earlsfort Terrace once its €20m refurbishment has been completed next year

Irish property investment group Iput plc plans to spend €20 million refurbishing the former offices of law firm Arthur Cox at 5 Earlsfort Terrace, Du(...)

40 Molesworth Street in Dublin, which its owner, Iput plc, has pre-let to US online retailer Jet.com for €1.8n a year.

Irish property fund Iput has pre-let 40 Molesworth Street in central Dublin to US online retailer Jet. com at an annual rent of €1.8 million. Situat(...)

 Niall Gaffney (left), CEO, John Mulcahy, chairman,  and Pat McGinley, company secretary,  at the IPUT agm in Dublin

Irish property fund IPUT has told its investors that it expects to secure an additional annualised €15 million in rent from lettings associated with f(...)

Iput’s chief executive Niall Gaffney: “We’re regenerating our own income and growing that dividend organically from the portfolio.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The chief executive of Iput plc expects the unlisted Irish property fund to distribute about €1.2 billion in dividends to its investors over the next (...)

Called The Exchange, the 105,000sq ft building will involve a €60 million investment.

The Cosgrave Property Group and Irish investment fund Iput plc will today begin marketing the first new office building to be built within the origin(...)

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