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Green REIT, the Dublin-based commercial property group, has posted 4.2% growth in net asset value to 158.2 cents (134.61p) per share for the six months to 31 December 2016.
A Singapore-based real estate firm has bought the Temple Bar Hotel in the Temple Bar area of Dublin for €55.1m (£46.8m).
Irish property investment group Hibernia REIT has reported work on its Windmill Lane scheme in Dublin is ahead of schedule with completion expected in mid-2017.
London-listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has announced its chief finance officer Eamonn O’Kennedy is leaving the company.
Universal-Investment, acting on behalf of Germany’s largest pension scheme group, Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK), has acquired Dublin’s Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.
Hibernia REIT has bought Starwood Capital Group’s 50% interest in the Windmill Lane Partnership (WLP) for €27.5m (£23.08m).
CBRE Global Investment Partners and Ardstone Capital have sold a multi-let office building at 100 Mount Street in Dublin to Credit Suisse for €20.5m.
Law firm DWF has expanded its real estate services with the appointment of Michael Neary as a partner in its Dublin team.
Ireland Property Features
Dublin’s office sector is red-hot at the moment as a frenzy for office space drives up rents.
Earlier this month, a 10,000 sq ft office requirement, routine and relatively small on the face of it, landed on the desks of office agents in Dublin.