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MarketBeat

Ireland MarketBeat

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyse quarterly Ireland commercial property activity across office, retail and industrial real estate sectors including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Aidan Gavin • 24/10/2019
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Insights • Land

Irish Development Land Market Q2 2021

Following the sharp slowdown in activity in 2020, the Irish development land market witnessed an increase in activity in the first six months of 2021. Capital inflow totalled €257m across 67 deals in H1 2021, a sizable increase from the €160m recorded in H1 2020 across 51 deals.

Brendan Smyth • 19/08/2021
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Insights • Investment

Irish Investment Market

Despite COVID-19 challenges and travel restrictions, total capital inflow reached approximately €1.45bn across 43 deals in the second quarter of 2021, of which €641.5m were income generating at the point of sale and €805m were forward commit style arrangements. The majority of these forward transactions were PRS assets, with one hotel forward fund and of significance an industrial forward fund. 

Kevin Donohue • 27/07/2021
Office Investment Q1 2020 Report
Insights • Office

Dublin Office Market

The Dublin office market experienced an interesting second quarter to 2021. On the demand side, take up was, as expected, low with just 19,150 sq m occupied. This brings total take up to 39,885 sq m at the mid-point of the year, compared to the long-run H1 average of 81,880 sq m. 

Ronan Corbett • 27/07/2021
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Insights • Residential

Irish PRS Market

This quarterly market review on the Private Rented Sector in Ireland covers transactions in the residential investment market, the investor pool, charts rental growth, looks at availability and residential development pipeline as well as the outlook across Ireland and the rest of Europe.

Patrick Hogan • 10/06/2021
Samuel Beckett Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Dublin
Insights • Economy

Ireland Real Estate Market View

A regular update on the latest in commercial real estate in Ireland.
Kate English • 25/05/2021
Limerick, Ireland
Insights

Limerick MarketBeat Reports

Cushman & Wakefield Limerick MarketBeat reports covering the Office and Industrial Markets. 
Patricia Staunton • 12/04/2021
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Insights

Cork MarketBeat Reports

Cushman & Wakefield Cork MarketBeat reports covering the Office and Industrial Markets. 
Peter O'Flynn • 12/04/2021
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Insights • Industrial

Dublin Industrial & Logistics Market Q4 2020

The Dublin industrial market experienced a year of strong demand in 2020. Covid-19 adversity created unique opportunities which lead to increased activity in a market with limited availability. A total of 251,650 sq m was taken up via leasehold and freehold transactions.

Brendan Smyth • 18/02/2021
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Research • Insights

Irish Commercial Property Prime Rents & Yields Monitor, Outlook 2019

2018 was another year of growth for Irish commercial property featuring strong occupier and investment activity, driving rental growth and further yield compression across the core sectors
27/02/2019