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© Irish Independent 23 Sep '16

Developer, Michael Howard, plans €250m landmark campus near Dublin airport

His company, Genvest, intends to build 13 grade A office blocks on a huge site beside the M50. It's expected that the campus could eventually see up to 8,500 people employed there. -  Subscribe
The Property Week 15 Sep '16

Comparables To Go:

A smart phone-friendly version of the Second Hand Market database (& news) is now available.You will find it on your phone's web browser at m.propertyweek.ieOnce you are logged in (using the same -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Sep '16

Young people fear they will never own home as first-time buyers get older - survey

AA director of consumer affairs Conor Faughnan said: "Home ownership may feel as if it is a long way away for younger Irish people. "Property prices and deposit requirements make it a much more dif -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '16

O'Connell St and Henry St rebrand as big regeneration gets underway

"Retail is seen as stronger on the northside, but hospitality is stronger on the southside," says Richard Guiney, managing director of Dublin Town. This is reflected by 66pc of shoppers who say that -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '16

Paul McNeive: Nama's sale of Project Eagle loan book saved Irish taxpayer a fortune

The question is, what discount rate would the market apply to projected cash flows from a mixed bag of distressed loans, in regional locations, in one large lot size? The sale of the Project Eagle loa -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '16

DEAL: Hibernia's 1 Cumberland Place fully let with Mobile Travel Technologies Limited letting

MTT will occupy the fifth and sixth floors of the building and 10 car parking spaces on 25-year leases, and will pay an initial rent of around €1.8m per annum after receiving five months rent free f -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '16

Kingscroft reapplying to develop long-awaited Stillorgan Road location

Last autumn the developer, a subsidiary of publicly listed home builder Abbey, lost its appeal to replace a derelict house named Funchal with nine three-storey family homes, on the grounds that it was -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 22 Sep '16

First-time buyers’ share of the market fell from 53.1% in 2010 to 24.4% in 2015

CSO launches innovative new Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) which creates greater insights by using administrative data ♦ covers all market transactions in the residential property -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '16

CSO figures show huge disparities in Dublin property prices

The least expensive postal district in the year to July 2016 was Dublin 10, where households paid an average price of €154,717 for a dwelling. Second least expensive was Balbriggan, with an average -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '16

Ten things you need to know about the new property price index

1. The national average house price in 2015 was €225,783. 2.The peak to trough fall in residential property prices was 54.4 per cent rather than 50.9 per cent as recorded previously. 3.Cash buyers -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Sep '16

New property index shows size of boom and bust market

The CSO’s revamped Property Price Index, however, goes a long way to remedying this information gap. Ireland’s property crash was more severe than previously estimated, with the peak to trough fal -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 21 Sep '16

IPAV calls for €10,000 homebuyer scheme

“The recent decline in the housing market needs to be arrested and reversed,” said IPAV CEO Pat Davitt at the launch of the organisation’s pre-budget submission. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Sep '16

Hammerson showcases its Dundrum mall jewel asset to investors during site visit

Among the new chains set to open in Dundrum is US burger brand Five Guys. The Irish franchise for the business was acquired by Brett, Ross and Derry Desmond - the sons of billionaire financier Dermot. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

DEAL: Dublin docklands site, beside Point Village, for student accommodation fetches €20m

The consortium has outbid about half a dozen competitors, paying more than €20 million – more than €2 million above the guide price – for the well-located site of 2.38 acres (0.96 of a hectare -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

DEAL: 14/15 Herbert Place, Dublin 2 makes more than €2.5m

Colliers International has secured more than €2.5 million for a Georgian investment property at 14/15 Herbert Place, Dublin 2, which will show a net initial yield of 5.7 per cent. The investment is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

DEAL: Kerry restaurateur, Greg O’Mahony, to lease vacant unit at Milltown Shopping Centre at €65,000 per annum

Stephen McCarthy of Savills handled the letting. Ben Pearson of Agar advised O’Mahony. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

DEAL: Pharma firm leases space in refurbished 1960s block, Waterloo Exchange, in Dublin 2

Jazz Pharmaceuticals is to lease about 4,088sq m (44,000sq ft) of grade A office space at a rent of about €516.66 per square metre (€48 per square foot) in a refurbished 1960s office block in Dubl -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

DEAL: Portobello House, Portobello Harbour, off Lower Rathmines Road, and site make over €10m

A well positioned redevelopment site and a prominent Georgian house beside Portobello Harbour, off Lower Rathmines Road and Richmond Road, in Dublin 8, has been acquired for over €10 million by the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

Urban policy must look beyond Dublin to drive regional development and growth

Ireland badly needs a series of strong “second-tier” cities to drive regional economic development and to encourage a more balanced spatial structure. Recent multimillion large-scale jobs and deve -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

Times editorial: Living by the rules on mortgage lending

These calculations show a significant enough impact. But, of course, the point of the rules is that they should have an effect: by stopping people from borrowing unreasonably large amounts of money wh -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Sep '16

Mortgage rules likely to hit supply of new homes, warns ESRI

The Central Bank’s mortgage lending rules are likely to curtail the supply of new homes by up to 5 per cent over the next four years, the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has warned. -  Subscribe
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