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© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

DEAL: New Frontier Properties has bought 1 Stadium Business Park at Ballycoolin, Finglas, Dublin 11 for €8.65 m

The 7,270sq m (78,265sq ft) building is let to Viking Direct (Ireland) Ltd, one of the largest suppliers of office stationery in the world, on a 20-year lease from 2007 at a rent of €743,518. New F -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

DEAL: Alder Capital believed to have agreed rent close to €409 per sqm for Behan House office, Mount Street

Alder Capital DAC has relocated its Dublin offices from Merrion Square to the third floor of Behan House on Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

Developer Gerry Gannon loses Supreme Court appeal

The Supreme Court has upheld an order requiring developer Gerry Gannon to pay an investment company €320,667 damages over his failure to complete the purchase of a lease for a building next door to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

DEAL: Makeover of Hibernian Way continues with new Italian restaurant

An Italian-themed restaurant is to open at the redeveloped Royal Hibernian Way in a 362 sqm-sized unit leased by the Press Up Entertainment Group -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

DEAL: Duff & Phelps to relocate Irish headquarters to St Stephen’s Green location paying €54/sq ft

New Ireland Assurance invested heavily in the refurbishment and extension of Molyneux House before letting it at €581.25/sq m and €4,000 for each of the four car-parking spaces on site. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

DEAL: Office block at 8 Richview Office Park, Dublin 14, has been sold for €4.5 million

Jane Dolan of Cushman & Wakefield, who handled the sale on behalf of Gannon Properties, has also secured €1.95 million for Castle House, Rathfarnham, which has five tenancies with more than eight ye -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

Park Developments benefits from building boost but warns that recent property price rises could reverse

Pre-tax profits jumping to €6 million in 2016, on the back of strong growth in house building, the developer, which has just brought one of the largest housing developments in the Sandyford/Stepasid -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Nov '17

Billionaire Zara founder expected to bid on South King Street portfolio

Bidding on the investment is expected to reach around €165 million and will include more than €40 million to cover the cost of redeveloping an adjoining row of shops and overhead apartments along -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Nov '17

13,300 new homes contribute to 44pc rise in new-builds

New figures from the Department of Housing showed that work started on 13,329 houses and apartments between January and September, of which 3,746 are one-off units. The remaining 9,583 are either apar -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Nov '17

Still no anchor tenant for revamped Dún Laoghaire shopping centre

She said the existing tenants were mindful of the difficulties in getting suitable retailers in such a competitive climate, particularly with the arrival of Lidl and Aldi in Sallynoggin, which were dr -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

DEAL: Eagle House, 14 Wentworth Street, Eblana Villas, Dublin 2 sells for €675k at auction [SBP sub]

The auctioneer reduced the guide price for the re-run from €725,000 to €675,000 for Eagle House, 14 Wentworth Street, Eblana Villas, Dublin 2 -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

[Needs SBP sub] Far away hills really are greener for property investment: Craig Wright

The Irish market is performing strongly, but is more volatile than real estate elsewhere. Investors might want a more global perspective -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

[Needs SBP sub] Why does it cost so much to build an apartment?

It could cost up to €578,000 to develop a city centre apartment, which would then sell for around €383,000 -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

[Needs SBP sub] Alanis pays €89m for Barrett hotels and property empire

Alanis, which is being backed by Deutsche Bank, has been selected as the preferred bidder for the Gerry Barrett assets by a court-appointed examiner -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

[Needs SBPsub] Start Mortgages tells Central Bank of major arrears miscalculations

Lone Star-backed lender admits error that affected hundreds of borrowers; one customer’s arrears overstated by 500 per cent -  Subscribe
© Business Post 20 Nov '17

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Revealed: 15,000 rogue landlords targeted for not registering tenants

Housing tsar says penalties are not strong enough -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 20 Nov '17

Housing dysfunction is a political failure, not an economic one

There is nobody who would claim that the aggregate housing services market in Ireland is being well provided for. There is a market failure. When market failures happen governments must step in, or el -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 20 Nov '17

Solving housing will be time consuming

Dutch housing associations are much larger and better financed than their UK and Irish equivalents. In Sweden and the Netherlands, these bodies are now net contributors to the national coffers. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 20 Nov '17

Dublin's Docklands proving to be a high-powered engine of recovery: Knight Frank

The author of Knight Frank's latest quarterly review of the Dublin office market, head of research John Ring, notes the "deep roots" which Google and that other tech giant, Facebook, have established -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Nov '17

Castlehaven backs McNamara's return to housebuilding

Dublin-based Castlehaven Finance has helped bankroll Bernard McNamara's return to residential development in Ireland. Mr McNamara's Roxtip firm is currently building homes in Donabate, north County D -  Subscribe
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