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© Irish Examiner 20 Jan '17

British pub chain JD Wetherspoon eyes Irish regions

British pub group JD Wetherspoon said it remains hopeful it will be granted permission to open new bars at Abbey Street and Camden Street in Dublin, as well as developing two more sites in Carlow and -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Jan '17

20 towns set to get rent caps after price review

A number of areas in counties along the Dublin commuter belt are also expected to be designated. Sources indicated Navan in Meath and Naas in Kildare met the criteria, as has Carrigaline, Ballincollig -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jan '17

DEAL: Dunne & Crescenzi to operate a new 350 sq m restaurant at Blackrock Centre

Describing the letting as a "major restaurant coup for Blackrock", Colin Kavanagh of Savills said: "This deal is the culmination of significant and active property management by Blackrock Centre's own -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jan '17

Paul McNeive: Decide what you need to do differently to make a breakthrough in 2017

It's easier to increase your turnover by 20pc by increasing your fees by that amount, rather than adding 20pc more clients. Fees are success-based, certainly on the transactional side, and if you are -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jan '17

DEAL: Rosedale Shopping Centre in Limerick City has been sold for €1.36m

Located in the suburb of Dooradoyle, the centre, which was built in 2006, comprises of four retail units arranged over a split level. With a total floor area of 850 sq m (9,154 sq ft), the complex is -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jan '17

Sean O'Neill of TWM Property Solutions: 10 trends to look for in 2017

1. Demand for prime assets 2. Foreign investors and new names 3. Brexit 4. New offices / new rents 5. LUAS 6. Interest rates / returns -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Jan '17

DEAL: M7 Real Estate snaps up €24 million Dublin 8 development

M7 confirmed that it has bought Fumbally Square, a complex of offices and apartments close to St Patrick’s Cathedral, in what was the property group’s first Irish deal. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Jan '17

Strong prices expected for developments in Ranelagh, Foxrock and Dalkey

Further afield, Richard and Michael Larkin’s Twinlite Developments is set on dominating Dalkey’s new development market. Their swish new Enderley scheme on Cunningham Drive is expected to be compl -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Jan '17

Dublin 7 sees property uplift as Luas approaches

The imminent opening of new red line Luas stops later this year at Broombridge, Cabra, Phibsboro and Grangegorman in Dublin 7 will almost certainly boost the appeal of these areas, from a convenience -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Jan '17

Aloft hotel to open in Dublin in 2018

The Aloft Hotel will open in Dublin's Liberties in 2018, and will be operated by Pembroke. The eight-storey property will have 202 bedrooms and features such as keyless room entry. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Jan '17

€67m sale of Central Bank HQ completed

Separately, the partnership is understood to have paid approximately €37m for Irish Nationwide Building Society's former HQ on the Grand Canal in Dublin. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Jan '17

South Dublin locals' rage at 'Costa del Sol' style apartment development

The proposed development by Bartra Capital consists of seven ground-floor commercial units fronting onto the harbour itself, with six three-storey terraced dwellings and a further three houses nearby. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

Cushman & Wakefield appoint Jonathan Hillyer as director

Cushman & Wakefield have moved to strengthen their investment division by hiring Jonathan Hillyer, former managing director of agents HWBC. He will serve as a director and work alongside the companyâ -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

DEAL: Eir secures buyers for two Dublin sites

A car sales company has agreed to pay more than €4 million for 1.51 hectares (3.74 acres) with extensive frontage on to Heather Road in Sandyford Business Park. The sale includes a two-storey office -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

DEAL: HubSpot rents third floor of Two Docklands Central in Dublin

HubSpot has agreed a rent of €565 per sq m (€52.50 per sq ft) for 1,486sq m (16,000sq ft) on a 19-year lease, expected to begin in Q2 and with a break in year 11. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

U + I unveils €300m venture to refurbish Dublin properties

U + I said it had made an initial capital contribution of €14 million and seeded the venture two property assets, including Donnybrook House in Dublin and The Record Store at The Old Vinyl Factory i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

DEAL: Yew Tree fund buys two industrial units at Airways estate in Dublin for €3.21 million

The purchaser, Yew Tree Commercial Property Fund, is guaranteed a nine-year income stream from Essentra Packaging Ireland Ltd before it has a break option in the 10th year of the lease. The initial yi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

DEAL: Irish Life acquires Rathcoole distribution centre for €28m

Irish Life has strengthened its property investment portfolios by acquiring a vast, purpose-built distribution centre at Aerodrome Business Park in Rathcoole, Co Dublin, for €28 million. The investm -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

DEAL: Fenward House in Sandyford bought for €5m by new property fund

A new property investment fund, the Appian Burlington Property Fund, has agreed the purchase of Fenward House, a 1,858sq m (20,000sq ft) office building on Arkle Road in Sandyford, Co Dublin. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Jan '17

Facebook and AIB among top firms seeking Dublin office space

Facebook, AIB and the IDA are among more than 10 Dublin-based companies now looking for office accommodation in the city, and with about 167,000sq m (1.8 million square feet) of new space in 30 develo -  Subscribe
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