Office landlord Green Reit, which owns key properties in Dublin, including One Molesworth Street, George’s Quay and properties on Harcourt St, as well as One Albert Quay in Cork, has been sold for €1.34bn, confirming that the buyer is the British fund Henderson Park.
Wed, 14 Aug, 2019
Hibernia Reit, the country’s largest stockmarket-listed office landlord, still has “the firepower” to make further significant acquisitions in Dublin, but has all but ruled itself out in pitching for rival Green Reit which had put itself up for sale.
Thu, 23 May, 2019
The €45.6m purchase of the John Cleary Developments’ Capitol development in Cork city by a German pension fund “is a major confidence boost for the city” and a positive omen for new development, according to Goodbody investment analyst Colm Lauder.
Thu, 07 Sep, 2017
THE €45.6 million purchase of the John Cleary Developments’ Capitol development in Cork city by a German pension fund “is a major confidence boost for the city” and a positive omen for new development, according to Goodbody investment analyst Colm Lauder.
Thu, 07 Sep, 2017
Sterling yesterday surrendered most of the ground it had gained after Theresa May outlined her hard Brexit vision for Britain on Tuesday, as investors looked to Irish property stocks as potential winners from the UK’s rupture with Brussels.
Thu, 19 Jan, 2017
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Thu, 23 Jun, 2016
The debate over whether the UK will exit the EU has switched dramatically to the potential gains for some Irish shareholders and most Irish exporters should the so-called ‘Bremain’ side win the looming UK vote on EU membership on June 23.
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Thu, 07 Jan, 2016
The decision by a property investment company to pay up to €58m for an office block nine months ahead of completion, should give confidence to the developers of other major development in the pipeline for Cork city, the Cork Chamber has said.
Sat, 16 May, 2015
Investment in the country’s real estate market reached record levels last year with a number of new players coming to the fore accounting for much the activity. More than €4.5bn was spent on real estate in 2014 making it the highest amount ever invested in the Irish market surpassing the previous peak by more than €900m.
Tue, 20 Jan, 2015
Hibernia REIT — one of the new breed of property investment funds to have floated in the past year — is in negotiations with a number of potential lenders in the hope of establishing debt facilities to be used to fund its purchasing activity.
Wed, 23 Jul, 2014