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© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

DEAL: US software company MongoDB moving overseas operations to 3 Shelbourne Buildings Ballsbridge

The firm will occupy the entire third floor of No 3, extending to 830sq m (8,936sq ft) at a rent reported to be “in the region” of €50/sq ft. The new 10-year lease includes a break option in yea -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 26 Apr '17

JLL reports commercial property returns up close to 12%

The JLL Property Index, which has been undertaken by JLL since 1969, measures returns to direct investment in property and represents a hypothetical portfolio typical of the market. The Overall R -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

Johnny Ronan seeks revised planning for his Spencer Dock site

Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) has sought a revised planning formula for slightly over half its six-acre waterfront site at Spencer Dock in the north Dublin docklands. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

Cushman & Wakefield: Commercial rents trending upwards in short term

In terms of the prime Dublin office market, the report points to rents rising by 4.6 per cent in 2017 (similar to 2016) to reach €646/sq m by year’s end. This is up from €619/sq m at the end of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

Population: 75,000; properties for rent: 3. House shortage hits Blanchardstown

Blanchardstown, in Dublin 15, is experiencing an exceptionally tight squeeze on rental properties, on the back of continued population growth, landlords leaving the business, and Airbnb attracting som -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

Simon Coveney letter: How many new homes were built last year?

The table accompanying the article is inaccurate; the published figure of 848 units presented as the total output of estate houses and apartments built in 2016 is in fact the number of Certificates of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Apr '17

‘Ghost estate’ homes dwindle to fewer than 3,000

About 30,388 of these so-called ghost estate units have been brought back into the State’s housing stock over the past six years, an average of 5,065 per year. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Apr '17

Green light for €50m D4 apartments plan

Dublin City Council has given a company backed by billionaire businessman Denis O'Brien the go-ahead for a €50m luxury apartment plan in Donnybrook, despite concerns from two groups of D4 residents. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 Apr '17

70 cranes over Dublin skyline should alarm the Government

With nearly every one of those cranes being used for the construction of new offices, the real and more important issue at this point is 'if they come, where are the workers going to live? -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 Apr '17

Ballymore takes first development loan since exit from Nama

In its first foray into the investment loan market since the financial crisis, Investec Structured Property Finance provided the UK-registered Ballymore Developments with a loan of Stg18m. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 23 Apr '17

British pub chain JD Wetherspoon gets nod for €4m pub and hotel on Camden Street

Local resident and appellant Barry Chambers told Bord Pleanála that allowing another pub in the area, “not to mention the large-scale drinking establishment being proposed would be seriously detrim -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '17

Dan O'Brien: There is no bubble - but housing's still a headache

That so few people are not familiar with it reflects how little serious thought and analysis has been put into the Government decision to deliver 47,000 social housing units over the next five years a -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '17

Killilea demands €120,000 Shrewsbury Rd fireplaces

The Sunday Independent can reveal that lawyers for Dunne's wife, Gayle Killilea, have written to the receivers appointed by the Bank of Scotland to handle the house's sale demanding the return of the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '17

Return of 1,500 emigrants a week boosts property

A surge in the number of returning emigrants - some with significant cash savings for down payments on a new house - has emerged as the latest pressure point in pushing up property prices. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Apr '17

Mark Keenan: It’s time to stop faffing about and start treating this housing crisis like the emergency that it really is

We need to deal with the obscene situation whereby the State takes around 40pc of the price of every new home in taxes and charges. For a temporary period, we have to abolish all VAT on building and b -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '17

Jennifer O'Connell: ‘Yes, folks, the boom is back. Just not for the likes of us’

Even at the best of times, there is something dispiriting about house viewings. All those vases of lilies and tables set for breakfast no one will ever eat, screaming that if you would fork out only -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '17

Planned 40-storey tower will be symbol of Cork, says Coveney

€100 million project by US company Time Square Construction and Development, involving Irish-American developer Kevin O’Sullivan and his brother, Donal, to be completed within three years once pla -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Apr '17

Building Control Management System data shows just 2,076 homes built last year

In Dublin city, the most populous part in the State, just 68 scheme homes and apartments were completed last year. The figures stand in stark contrast to the Department of Housing’s official housing -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Apr '17

Paul Melia: Using State lands and cutting VAT on new homes will help address housing shortage

Two figures revealed in the Central Statistics Office's 'Housing in Ireland' report set out the profoundly dysfunctional nature of the housing market. The first is that 3,308 apartment blocks dotted a -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Apr '17

OPW plans office block at historic Collins site

The OPW plans to refurbish Spruce House and an adjacent laneway, and add a connected seven-storey office block to the rear of the historic building, which was once the dispensary and mortuary at the o -  Subscribe
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