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Vibrant New Urban Quarter Set in the Heart of Kilkenny City Launched.

Posted Thursday, 5th of July

Former home of Smithwicks Bewery set to become a vibrant new urban quarter in the heart of Kilkenny City Acquired by Kilkenny City Council in 2016, the 10 acre site […]

Commercial Property

Almost €1.85 Billion Invested in Commercial Property in Ireland in H1 2018

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CBRE have released investment spend figures for the Irish market during the first half of 2018, which show that almost €1.85 billion was invested in commercial property in Ireland during […]

Construction

Turnover in Top Construction Companies Grows to €6.7 billion

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The combined turnover of the country’s top construction firms increased by €720m over the last 12 months to €6.72 billion, the latest Construction Magazine’s annual Top 50 CIF Contractors listing […]

Commercial Property

Strong First Half for Ireland’s Commercial Property Market

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Posted Monday, 2nd of July

CBRE has released its latest bi-monthly report focusing on trends and transactions in all sectors of Ireland’s commercial property market, the commercial property specialist says there is now tangible evidence of […]

Construction

Shortage of Surveyors “Alarming”

Posted Thursday, 28th of June

A predicted shortage of construction and property surveyors has been described as “alarming”. According to a new report, over 3,500 positions will need to be filled in the sector between […]

Residential Property

Over 200 Commercial and Residential Lots go to Auction

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Groups of residential units and mixed use regional investments are among the highlights of BidX1’s catalogue for its commercial online auction which will take place on July 18 next. During […]

Commercial Property

Cairn Homes Sells Six Hanover Quay for €101m

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Cairn Homes has agreed to sell  Six Hanover Quay development for €101m. The Dublin city centre development is being sold to a special purpose company managed by Carysfort Capital, an […]

Construction

Hundreds of International Delegates in Cork for Academy of Urbanism Congress on Building Great Cities

Posted Monday, 25th of June

Hundreds of international delegates interested in the opportunities and challenges facing ‘cities on the rise’ will travel  to Cork this week, June 27-30 for the annual congress of the Academy […]

Construction

Facebook to Invest €300m in Two New DataCentres

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Facebook is understood to be planning to expand its data centre offering in Clonee, Co Meath. The social media giant broke ground on its original €200m data centre in Clonee […]

Construction

Housing Shortage Looms Over Growing Economy

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Central Bank governor Philip Lane is confident that house prices, which rose by another 13pc in the year to April, will “cool off”. Speaking to Bloomberg TV, Lane said “it […]

Construction

Apple to Consider Ireland for Next Data Centre

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Posted Wednesday, 20th of June

Apple may consider locating another data centre in Ireland, said its chief executive, Tim Cook, as he restated the company’s commitment to its Irish operations. A two-year delay caused by legal appeals against […]

Commercial Property

Yew Grove Acquire 2 Buildings in East Wall for €29m

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Yew Grove real estate investment trust (REIT) has acquired two office buildings in East Wall Dublin for €29m. The One and Three Gateway office buildings, which comprise some 94,793 sq […]

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