Posts by Knight Frank

A note on the economy, jobs growth and underwriting demand for office space in Dublin

A note on the economy, jobs growth and underwriting demand for office space in Dublin

The Irish Government raised money at its lowest ever rate today, with the NTMA sourcing €500 million of 12 month...

Smithfield is seeing heightened occupier demand, with very limited prevailing vacancy

Smithfield is seeing heightened occupier demand, with very limited prevailing vacancy

INTRODUCTION Smithfield has a rich tangible history, making it an area of increasing appeal to occupiers, especially those from the...

Dublin office market is well positioned to cater for the expected increase in demand from Brexit.

Dublin office market is well positioned to cater for the expected increase in demand from Brexit.

With global financial powerhouses such as Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Bank of China, BNY, Lloyds, Barclay’s and Credit Suisse all...

4 Ready-to-Go Dublin Sites

4 Ready-to-Go Dublin Sites

Knight Frank are delighted to introduce to the market four superb ‘ready-to-go’ development sites located at Mill Street in Dublin...

Value of Prime Market Sales in Dublin increased by 8% in 2016.

Value of Prime Market Sales in Dublin increased by 8% in 2016.

An analysis of the Property Price Register, as of the 11th January 2016, has shown that there were more than...

Update on the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016

Update on the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016

Rent Predictability A. Rental Pressure Zones The cornerstone of the government’s rent predictability measures is the establishment of “rent pressure...

€4.3bn in sales as long-term investors pour in

€4.3bn in sales as long-term investors pour in

2016 was a very strong year for commercial property sales in Ireland. This is reflected in an expected out-turn of...

Rent Controls – Short term gain for long term pain

Rent Controls – Short term gain for long term pain

In the face of the ongoing rental housing crisis and the current weak governing system, it was perhaps inevitable that...

Ballsbridge is experiencing heightened development activity, spurred by increasing rents and a low vacancy rate

Ballsbridge is experiencing heightened development activity, spurred by increasing rents and a low vacancy rate

Background Ballsbridge is a prime office district commanding amongst the highest real estate values in Dublin. There is approximately 1.4...

Amendments to the Central Bank’s macroprudential rules will provide a significant boost to the housing market

Amendments to the Central Bank’s macroprudential rules will provide a significant boost to the housing market

Today’s decision by the Central Bank to relax its macroprudential rules represents another significant boost for struggling first-time buyers following...

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