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Scottish Widows Investment Partnership has purchased a superstore in Newry for more than £30m in Northern Ireland’s largest investment transaction this year.
Consent has been granted for the first phase of development at City Quays.
The Northern Irish Government has acquired Invest Northern Ireland’s Belfast city centre headquarters for £40m.
CBRE has today announced two new appointments to its EMEA senior management team.
LaSalle Investment Management has bought a Sainsbury’s food store at Braidwater Retail Park in Ballymena for £17.9m on behalf of the Northern Ireland Local Government Officers Superannuation Committee (NILGOSC).
Kennedy Wilson has acquired 50% of an office building in Dublin for €15m, in its first office acquisition in the city.
Hermes Real Estate Investment Management has taken full ownership of three shopping centres with a combined value of £400m after buying the 50% stakes in them from Westfield.
Healthcare property investor Medicx has completed its first transactions since a £55m capital raising
Lloyds Banking Group has signed an agreement with Stephen Vernon’s Green Property Group to asset manage around €1bn of distressed Irish property loans.
Allied Irish Bank has agreed to sell a portfolio of around $1bn of US commercial property loans to private equity group Blackstone and US bank Wells Fargo
Belfast-based Knight & Co merged with McConnell Chartered Surveyors on 1 May. Shaun Wallace, principal of Knight & Co, joins McConnells as an associate director. He and colleague Andrew Agnew will continue to trade as McConnell Chartered Surveyors.
Developers have unveiled plans for a 190,000 sq ft office facility for tech companies in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter - the largest new commercial development in the city since the beginning of the recession.
CBRE has welcomed a new economic stimulus package for Northern Ireland.
Renewed trouble in Northern Ireland has caused concern, but has not scared off all investors. David Hatcher reports
The Odyssey Pavilion riverside leisure scheme in Belfast city centre has been put up for sale for £10m.
Irish republican party Sinn Féin has tabled legislation to end upward-only rent clauses in existing leases - labelling the practice “anti-competitive and anti-jobs”.
Henderson Global Investors sealed close to £60m in retail deals during the final months of 2011, including the £31.9m purchase of Almondvale Retail Park, in Livingston (pictured).
Addington Capital pulls out of Birkenhead malls purchase, as Belfast’s CastleCourt bidders baulk at price
Westfield and Hermes to offload CastleCourt; further deals in Redditch and Corby bring total to £400m
Northern Irish housebuilder Carvill has been put into administration.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has bought a Northern Ireland retail park for £48m.