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M7 Real Estate acquires south Dublin offices for €15m

Pan European investor and asset manager M7 Real Estate has paid just under €15 million for two office blocks in south Dublin. Developed in the late 1980s as part of the wider Merrion Shopping Centre scheme, the Nutley and AIG buildings comprise an overall floor area of 4,016sq m (43,235sq ft) along with 83 undercroft […]

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At a Glance: Investment Market Q4 2021

The Bannon snapshot shows an exceptional year for PRS with almost 42% of turnover (despite a weak Q4) and the wider market as a whole showing the second-highest annual turnover on record. 2022 likely to see the resurgence of retail and consolidation of sheds!

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ESB Headquarters

Some of the Bannon team inspecting Fitzwilliam 28 this week which is nearing PC. The new ESB Headquarters raises the bar for sustainable office development in Ireland. Proud to have been part of the team to bring this exciting development to fruition since 2011.

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Quintain’s €500m investment in Adamstown gets under way

Irish housebuilder Quintain has turned the sod on its €500 million urban hub investment in Adamstown, west Dublin, commencing construction on a 279-unit apartment development aimed at the build-to-rent market. UK grocer Tesco has also signed up as an anchor tenant at the development. Called The Crossings, Quintain’s first phase of development at the new […]

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At a Glance: Investment Market Q3 2021

The Bannon Capital Markets snapshot highlights that the Retail Sector has finally emerged from the shadows at 14% of Q3 turnover of €794m …..but PRS remains the dominant player @ 50%. While Q3 was always going to struggle to match the pent up demand that emerged in Q2 @ €1.5bn, the outlook remains very strong. […]

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Five Lamps Spar store guiding at €900,000.

Five Lamps Spar store guiding at €900,000. Ros Tierney of Bannon says: “We expect to see significant interest from pension investors. This is a high-profile, resilient property with a tenant who has performed strongly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The investment offers the purchaser an attractive yield and a long lease term.”

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At a Glance: Investment Market H1 2021

Despite the backdrop, another very strong quarter in the Capital Markets with the private rented residential sector leading the charge as usual. Based on pipeline supply 2021 turnover looks set to be the 2nd strongest year of all time! See Bannon quarterly snapshot.

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Hines completes acquisition of final phase at Chatham & King

International real estate firm Hines has formally acquired the second phase of Chatham & King, a new high-profile mixed-use scheme next to the Gaiety Theatre on South King Street in Dublin city centre. Hines’s acquisition of the 3,950sq m (42,500sq ft) portfolio marks the culmination of the €165 million deal it agreed with US private equity giant […]

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Retail park portfolio’s €78m sale tests investor appetite

With online shopping having come into its own following the unwelcome arrival of Covid-19, the sale by New York-headquartered Marathon Asset Management of three of Ireland’s best-known retail parks is set to test the post-pandemic appetite of investors for traditional bricks-and-mortar retail. The Parks Collection is being offered to the market individually or as one lot by […]

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At a Glance: Investment Market Q1 2021

  Despite the backdrop of Covid 19, Q1 turnover was a healthy €1.22bn, with 58% weighting to the residential sector. Strong demand in the sector for good product continues on a standing asset and forward commit basis. With restrictions on travel / viewings still in play the more traditional sectors have had a subdued quarter […]