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Hibernia REIT is preparing to float on the London and Irish stock exchanges, making it the country’s second REIT.
Savills and Jones Lang LaSalle are to sell the Central Park development site in Dublin on the joint instructions of William O’Riordan and Declan McDonald joint receivers of Devano Developments.
Green REIT is to focus on Dublin’s improving tech-focused office market, according to its co-founder Pat Gunne, who spoke on Property Week’s monthly podcast after closing €178m of deals in the past fortnight as Green “kicked off the new market”.
Three properties formerly owned by the late Irish property developer Patrick Rocca have been put up for sale.
A collection of office buildings in the centre of Dublin will be brought to the market.
The former Irish Nationwide Building Society HQ in Dublin will be brought to the market.
Plans have been submitted for a 200,000 sq ft extension to the Square shopping centre, located on the outskirts of Dublin, in what will be one of Ireland’s largest developments to be progressed this year.
A portfolio of properties in Central Dublin once understood to be worth around £2bn has been put up for sale for for €140m on behalf of receivers Ernst and Young and Deloitte.
Regeneration guru Clive Dutton has been appointed by Irish language development agency Forbairt Feirste to focus on the transformation of Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter, considered “one of the world’s greatest inner city challenges”.
The liquidators of IBRC, Kieran Wallace and Eamonn Richardson of KPMG Dublin, have announced that they will test the waters on the sale of IBRC Loans.
Receivers at Grant Thornton have sold Clancy Quay in Dublin 8 for over €80m to Kennedy Wilson, representing the largest multi-family sale in Ireland.
A £120m loan to Dragons’ Den investor Duncan Bannatyne’s gym chain is one of the high-profile debt positions in a £6.6bn UK portfolio being sold off by the Irish government.
Pimco, the world’s largest bond investor, is to buy Liam Carroll’s property empire at a discount of around 90%.
Talks are underway to acquire a 73% stake in Liffey Valley shopping centre.
Investment turnover in Ireland has more than quadrupled in the last quarter compared to the same time last year, highlighting increasing confidence in the market.
A joint venture between property consultancy Allsop and Dublin-based property firm Space have launched an agency for the Irish private treaty market.
Success of residential auctions in Ireland sign of renewed optimism. Nick Johnstone reports
Clicktopurchase has announced that it has signed an agreement with Lisney, the largest estate agency in Ireland to modernise its transactions.
The success of Green Reit’s IPO (initial public offering) early last month and subsequent listing on 18 July was not just a symbol of the Irish property market’s recovery — it was of great magnitude for the whole country’s maligned economy.
A £392m ground rent portfolio has been put up for sale to meet a fund manager’s redemptions.