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© Irish Examiner 22 Feb '17

New planning permission may be needed for Cork events centre

The latest twist in the saga comes less than 24-hours after BAM told city councillors the project needs an extra €12m in public funding — double the amount already committed by Government - to ens -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Feb '17

Third of hotels sold on after crash in deals worth €2.4bn

Ireland is unique in terms of the sheer volume of hotel sales in recent years, according to Tom Barrett, Head of Hotels & Leisure at Savills Ireland. In some cases the same hotels have changed hands m -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

US group Hines buys student housing beside UCD for €37.6m

The 205-bed purpose-built student accommodation, on the grounds of the former Montrose hotel, was put up for sale last year with a guide price of €41.5 million. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

DEAL: Buildings at Annacotty Business Park sell for €2m

Agent Cushman & Wakefield has secured €2 million for an industrial investment at Annacotty Business Park in Limerick. The sale included five modern industrial buildings rented by Teleflex at €266 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

Completely Retail Marketplace gathering at Dublin Castle

Colliers International is the latest to take a stand at the event on February 28th which is sponsored by Savills, CBRE, Multi, Hines, Centra and SuperValu, and supported by the organisers’ global pa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

Facebook close to deal to lease office building near IFSC

The Dublin office building targeted by Facebook is between East Point Business Park, where Google and Cisco Systems lease offices, and The Point Village, where Yahoo! occupies space. It already rents -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

French Connection assigns lease of Dundrum centre store

The retailer had been paying a rent of €372,000 for the second-floor unit of about 343sq m (3,692sq ft). Moss Brothers, the menswear specialists, plan to move into the vacant unit later this year. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Feb '17

Investors vie for nursing home stock amid rising demand for places

Marian Finnegan, Cushman & Wakefield: “The nursing home investment market is currently characterised by a significant level of pent-up demand from both domestic and international investors, with ver -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Feb '17

Watchdog launches probe into competition in mortgage market

Just three banks have an 80pc share of mortgage lending, the commission states, quoting Central Bank research. Although they are not named, this is understood to be a reference to AIB, Bank of Irelan -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Feb '17

Cantillon: Hammerson rakes in rent and charges at Dundrum

The listed UK property group told investors that it expects rental levels at Dundrum Town Centre to hit €90 million by 2021, from €65 million at the time of last year’s acquisition. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Feb '17

Topaz and McDonald’s to create 230 jobs in Cork and Carlow

The companies said 230 new jobs will come on stream with the new forecourts, which are located on Junction 5 on the M9, Rathcrogue and Junction 14 on the M8, Fermoy. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Feb '17

Green Reit sees net asset value rise by 4.2%

“In the office sector, a likely beneficiary of Brexit, we have the potential to develop an additional 400,000sq ft at Central Park [in Leopardstown in south Dublin].” -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Feb '17

Three software tech giants eying Irish move

There are ongoing talks with Intuit, Infor and CA Technologies about the possibility of setting up operations in Ireland, the Irish Independent has learned. IDA boss Martin Shanahan told the Irish Ind -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Feb '17

Philip Farrell: Brexit for Ireland ... New homes on the rise ... the Rebuilding Ireland strategy

This demand, which was unforeseen just 12 months ago, will only create additional pressures on an already limited resource. The population of Dublin city is expected to rise by 180,000 by 2030. Time f -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Feb '17

CIE to press ahead with major IFSC development, Connolly Quarter Development

The State-owned transport group received planning permission in 2012 for a scheme on a 3.2 hectare site that will include a 110-bedroom hotel, apartments and office space. CIE has dubbed the project t -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Feb '17

High-tech hotel backed by Denis O'Brien to ease room crisis

Blackpitts Hospitality Limited, which trades as Aloft Dublin City, planned to open the new 202-bedroom hotel in the Blackpitts area of Dublin's Liberties -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Feb '17

Only two properties remain in Silverbanks in Baldoyle

A spokesperson for estate agent Savills told the Irish Independent that, out of 34 units up for sale, only two remained. Prices range from €155,000 to €380,000. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Feb '17

Bennett Construction turnover rises 36% to €131m

Recently filed accounts for the group, which also has operations in London and Munich, show it recorded a profit before tax of €1.99 million, up from €1.5 million a year earlier. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Feb '17

Google eyes potential acquisition of the Treasury Building for €125m

Sources familiar with the detail of the talks, which are understood to have taken place over the last two months, said the web giant was prepared to pay up to €125m to buy the building, which curren -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 16 Feb '17

Cork’s construction prospects look sky high

Cork’s construction sector turned a corner in 2016, says AECOM associate Glenn Hanna, forecasting that public capital expenditure “should form the foundations for future growth in the construction -  Subscribe
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