Remarkable transformation of Waterloo Exchange, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4

Waterloo Exchange formerly known as St Martin’s House is currently witnessing a remarkable transformation which will deliver 43,000 sq.ft of Grade ‘A’ office space on 2nd to 5th Floors.   Courtesy of a fresh new design from leading architectural firm BKD Architects, the office accommodation in this distinctive high profile building will be completely remodelled Read more about Remarkable transformation of Waterloo Exchange, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4[…]

The art of negotiation: A review of the Irish Political Parties plans to tackle the current housing crisis.

Which housing pledges will get them across the line?  With efforts to form a viable government ongoing, it is worth re-examining the pledges contained within the main political parties’ election manifestos regarding the residential market. While the issue of Irish Water appears to have come to the fore in recent government formation negotiations, it is Read more about The art of negotiation: A review of the Irish Political Parties plans to tackle the current housing crisis.[…]

Long Leasehold for Sale on Harcourt Street

No. 90 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 has been brought to the market for sale by Private Treaty through Knight Frank. The property occupies a prominent position on Harcourt Street, ideally located 120 meters from St Stephen’s Green and 150 meters from the beautiful Iveagh Gardens. The building which was recently occupied and is in office Read more about Long Leasehold for Sale on Harcourt Street[…]

For sale by Private Treaty – 26 & 27 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2

  On the instructions of the Joint Receivers, Declan McDonald & Ken Tyrrell of PwC, No’s 26 & 27 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2 have been brought to the market for sale by Private Treaty (in one or two lots) by Knight Frank. Both properties occupy a prominent position, ideally located on the North side Read more about For sale by Private Treaty – 26 & 27 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2[…]

Smurfit industrial buildings in D12 for sale at €6.25m

The two detached units extend to 2,508sq m (27,000sq ft) and 5,527sq m (59,500sq ft)   Knight Frank is quoting €6.25 million for two industrial buildings rented by Smurfit at Lower Ballymount Road, Dublin 12. The investment will show a yield of 10 per cent. The two detached units extend to 2,508sq m (27,000sq ft) Read more about Smurfit industrial buildings in D12 for sale at €6.25m[…]

723,000 sq ft of office space let in Dublin in Q1 According to Knight Frank

Q1 letting activity was 62% higher than the same period last year with 723,221 sq ft of space transacting. This strong start to the year suggests that full year 2016 take-up could even surpass the stellar levels achieved in 2015 and indicates that the business community have not been delaying occupational decisions in the context Read more about 723,000 sq ft of office space let in Dublin in Q1 According to Knight Frank[…]

€347 million was invested in the Dublin Office Market in Q1 2016

Quarter one 2016 represented another very strong year for commercial property sales in Ireland with €744 million worth of transactions changing hands. While Dublin confirmed its position as the preferred location for commercial investment, accounting for 64% of the market, there was a significant share of transactional activity outside of Dublin which accounted for 36% Read more about €347 million was invested in the Dublin Office Market in Q1 2016[…]

How does Dublin’s residential market compare on the European and Global stage?

  Following on from the publication of the latest Global House Price Index, the launch of the first edition of Knight Frank’s Global Residential Cities Index, which examines mainstream residential property prices on a city rather than a country basis, has provided some interesting insights into how Dublin’s residential market compares at a European and Global level. The Read more about How does Dublin’s residential market compare on the European and Global stage?[…]

New Stamp Duty Changes in the UK Could Benefit Ireland

Since the 1st April 2016, UK buyers will pay an extra 3% in stamp duty if the property is a buy-to-let property or a second home. The measure, which was announced by Mr Osborne in his 2015 Autumn Statement, is designed to discourage wealthy buyers from purchasing second homes so that cash-strapped first time buyers Read more about New Stamp Duty Changes in the UK Could Benefit Ireland[…]