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WeWork on Track for Profitability in 2021

Posted Monday, 13th of July

WeWork is on track to have positive cash flow in 2021, a year ahead of schedule, after it cut its workforce by more than 8,000 people, renegotiated leases and sold […]

Commercial Property

Record Low Volume of Office Leasing Activity in Q2

#CBRE

Posted Wednesday, 8th of July

On the day that Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland pointed towards a possible 40% decline in FDI as a result of Covid-19, property consultants CBRE Ireland have today released […]

Commercial Property

Gilead takes 30,000 sqft in North Dock Two

#savills

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Gilead, the major therapeutics company, have committed to a new office in the North Dock scheme which is being developed by TIO. The new office building, overlooking the River Liffey, […]

Commercial Property

JYSK Sign 10 Year Lease in Gulliver’s Retail Park

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JYSK, the Danish retail chain, is due to open its first Dublin store in Gulliver’s Retail Park in Norhtwood, Santry. The deal, brokered by Cosgrave Property Group, was completed on […]

Construction

New 500 Home Mixed-Tenure Development Goes to Tender

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South Dublin County Council has begun a tender process to deliver 500 new homes at Kilinarden, Tallaght in South Dublin. The Kilinarden site has an estimated capacity for 500 homes […]

Construction

Over 2000 Homes Planned for Northside Cork

Posted Monday, 6th of July

A LACK of infrastructure to service a house building boom on the northside is causing major concern with calls for a Northern Ring Road now growing.  The proposed road will […]

Architecture

Lunch with Arthur O’Brien C+W O’Brien Architects

#cwoarchitects

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The Principal Architect and Managing Director of C+W O’Brien Architects, over the last 25 years Arthur O’Brien has garnered international experience and a reputation for excellence working in London and […]

Construction

Hardware Associates Warns of Closures Ahead

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Dozens of family-run hardware stores face likely closure or takeover as a crisis-driven industry shake-out favours larger chains, according to the president of the Hardware Association of Ireland. “It’s a […]

Construction

Permission Granted for Student Accommodation in Victoria Cross Cork

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An Bord Pleanála has overruled its own inspector and granted planning permission for a development of a student apartment complex in Victoria Cross in Cork city. The development will see […]