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Commercial Property

CIF Sell Construction House to Osborne+Co for €23m

Posted Wednesday, 19th of May

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) and the Construction Workers Pension Scheme (CWPS) are understood to have secured in the region of €23 million from the sale of the CIF’s headquarters on Canal […]

Industry

Men’s Sheds Nationwide Benefit from Modular Unit Donations from Actavo

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Actavo Building Solutions, Ireland’s leading supplier of modular buildings, is celebrating a ten-year partnership with the Irish Men’s Sheds Association (IMSA), a national organisation that supports the development and growth […]

Construction

Timber Supplier James Latham Expand in Irish Market

Posted Friday, 7th of May

Timber and materials supplier James Latham Ltd has expanded its Irish service offer following the opening of a bulk timber distribution business just outside of Dublin.   The company has […]

Architecture

Planning Approved for Ireland’s Tallest Building

Posted Wednesday, 24th of March

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for what will be the country’s tallest building. The green light for the €140m development at Custom House Quay in Cork City centre was […]

Industry

National Development Plan Must Focus on Climate and Sustainable Projects

Posted Wednesday, 10th of February

The National Development Plan must focus on climate and sustainable related projects that will drive balanced rural development and growth across the regions, according to Banking & Payments Federation Ireland’s submission […]

Property

Smart Buildings Operating System Developer Wins Five-Year Battle for US Patent

Posted Wednesday, 3rd of February

Developer of the Digital Spine OS, the operating system for smart buildings, Standard Access is a sector leader in the area of artificial intelligence for the development and the enabling […]

Property

Castle in Kerry Sold for €4.5m after 13 Years on Market

Posted Wednesday, 2nd of December

Savills has today, Wednesday 2 December, confirmed the sale of An Culu – a luxurious castle property situated on the edge of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry, Ireland. The sale, […]

Commercial Property

Marlet Agrees €101m Financing from Activate Capital for the Shipping Office

#marlet

Posted Friday, 20th of November

Marlet has signed its first financing facility with Activate Capital, to the value of €101m for the Shipping Office, a commercial development which will feature 16,500 sq m (177,000 sq ft) […]

Investment

Public Consultation begins on N/M20 Cork to Limerick Scheme

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Public consultation on the second phase of N/M 20 Cork to Limerick Improvement project has commenced following an online briefing to elected representatives from across the region. The project will […]

Commercial Property

AM Alpha offers €75m for Royal Hibernian Way

Posted Wednesday, 18th of November

The German family-office investor, AM Alpha, is said to be in pole position to acquire Royal Hibernian Way on Dawson Street. Having paid €50 million to secure ownership of Dublin’s Northside Shopping Centre in […]

Commercial Property

Ireland Bids for ECMWF to Move to Cherrywood

#ECMWF #ida

Posted Wednesday, 4th of November

Free rental of a state-of-the-art headquarters is among the enticements offered in a bid to lure Europe’s flagship climate research centre to Dublin. The Government wants Ireland to be the […]

Commercial Property

Impact of Covid-19 means ‘hotel should be stripped from Ronan 22-storey tower plan’

Posted Monday, 2nd of November

A property expert warned that for Johnny Ronan’s 22-storey Aqua Vetro tower to commence on Dublin’s quays, the hotel part of the plans must be removed due to the further […]