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  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Latest Blockchain Report Shares Insight on Implications for Real Estate Industry

    Cushman & Wakefield today released insights on how blockchain, the $945 million-dollar technology underlying cryptocurrencies, will impact the commercial real estate sector around the globe.
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  • Demand now outstripping supply levels in Cork office market

    Momentum in the Cork office leasing market continues at pace, with take up for first the first nine months of 2018 achieving record levels. The third quarter saw 8,150 sq m of office space taken up, bringing the year to date total to 43,750 sq m, across 50 deals.
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  • European Office Rents Grow for Eighth Consecutive Quarter

    European offices have recorded eight quarters of continuous rental growth by achieving a 0.7% increase in Q3 2018, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest DNA of Real Estate report.

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  • Reaction to Budget 2019 by Marian Finnegan, Chief Economist

    Cushman & Wakefield and Sherry FitzGerald cautiously welcomed some of the measures introduced in Budget 2019. However, Marian Finnegan, Chief Economist said; "Despite the severity of the housing crisis, Budget 2019 was relatively benign from a property perspective and disappointingly it failed to address key issues relating to the residential rental market."
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  • Investment turnover in the Irish market surpasses €2 billion

    Dublin, October 8th, 2018

    Robust investment activity continued in the Irish market during the 2018 summer period. Transactions in the third quarter, July – September, reached over €505m across 46 deals, bringing the year to date total to €2.1bn.
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  • The Viscount Collection

    Joint agents Murphy Mulhall and Cushman & Wakefield are delighted to bring the sale of two superb Georgian investments to the market. The ‘Viscount Collection’ comprises No.’s 38 – 39 Leeson Street and No.’s 17 – 19 Fitzwillam Street, Dublin 2, two reversionary investment properties located in the heart of Dublin city centre. The properties are being offered ‘For Sale’ in one or more lots by the joint agents.
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  • Westside Shopping Centre, Galway

    Cushman & Wakefield are guiding €9.6 million for Westside Shopping Centre, a fully let shopping centre in Galway.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield Completes Acquisition of Its Irish Affiliate From Sherry FitzGerald Group

    Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has now completed its acquisition of the commercial property arm of Sherry FitzGerald Group in the Republic of Ireland. 
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  • Total capital invested in Irish property projected to exceed 2017 levels

    “2017 was another dynamic year for Irish property. Activity in the residential market intensified to €14.4bn, recording a significant uplift in transactions on the previous year, while a prosperous economic environment and continued robust occupier markets saw Irish commercial assets remain attractive to both domestic and overseas investors.”  Marian Finnegan, Chief Economist, Cushman & Wakefield.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield Advises on Landmark Student Accommodation Deal in Dublin

    Cushman & Wakefield has advised Invesco Real Estate (Invesco), the global real estate investment manager, on the acquisition of The Brickworks, a forward funded, Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) development in Dublin, Ireland for €47m from Bain Capital. 

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  • Growing residential sector in the Greater Dublin Area sees strong upsurge in the development land market

    Fuelled by robust expansion in the residential sector, the opening half of the year has seen a significant upturn in the total value transacted in the Irish development land market. The latest figures from Cushman & Wakefield Research reveal that a total of €375 million transacted across the Greater Dublin Area (GDA), Cork, Galway and Limerick in the first six months of 2018, a 59% increase year on year.
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  • Waterfront Development Site North Docklands

    Last remaining waterfront development site in North Docklands for sale for €120m
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  • Strong occupier demand sees the office sector remain a dominant feature of the Irish investment market

     Continued robust levels of office leasing activity sees the office sector remain a very dominate feature of the Irish investment market. According to the latest research by Cushman & Wakefield, the office asset class recorded an uplift in both the volume and value of deals taking place in H1 2018. Approximately €878.1m worth of office assets traded hands, accounting for 55% of total Irish investment turnover. This compares to €341.7m invested in offices in H1 2017.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield To Acquire Its Irish Affiliate From Sherry FitzGerald Group

    Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield today announces it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the commercial property arm of Sherry FitzGerald Group in the Republic of Ireland. The deal is expected to complete in early September 2018. 
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  • Cushman & Wakefield To Acquire Its Irish Affiliate From Sherry FitzGerald Group

    More than 100 commercial property specialists in Dublin, Limerick and Galway will join one of the world’s largest real estate services firms. Managing Director Aidan Gavin becomes Cushman & Wakefield’s Head of Ireland and joins its UK & Ireland Executive Committee.
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  • Adapting to the Pace of Change in Retail

    Irish retail has seen significant changes over the past decade and has gradually entered a new cycle over the past couple of years. Rents have increased moderately, while a number of new entrants have also entered the market. With the retail environment evolving rapidly, questions and challenges have been posed for both physical stores and e-commerce and as such, the new entrants bring with them more specific requirements than previously witnessed. In response to this, development in the market has grown with a modest but steady stream of builds in the pipeline.
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