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Prime pitch on Cork’s premier shopping street for €6.6m plus

Agent Bannon is seeking offers in excess of €6.6 million for a landmark building on Cork city’s most sought-after thoroughfare, St Patrick’s Street. No 113-115 St Patrick’s Street has been occupied by the well-known bookseller and stationer, Eason & Son, for more than 33 years. The company is taking a new 25-year lease of the […]

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Ireland records highest start-up figures in 13 years while insolvencies remain low

The data from business and credit risk analyst, CRIF Vision-net, show an average of almost 71 new companies were formed every day in the first quarter of 2019, while the number of insolvencies remained consistent for the same period. In total, 6,413 new companies were formed in Ireland in the first quarter of 2019, the […]

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South docklands office block makes €6.9m profit in 14 months

Hibernia Reit has sold a south docklands office block for €6.9 million more than it paid for it 14 months ago. The sale, in which Bannon acted for the vendor and Knight Frank for the purchaser, is to a German pension fund which has secured an initial yield of 4.65%. This off-market transaction underlines the […]

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Limerick One welcomes Petstop

Bannon are delighted to have secured Petstop for the former Maplin unit in Limerick One Shopping Park. At a rent of €24 per sq.ft for the 7,500 sq.ft unit, this letting further illustrates Limerick One’s regional importance as a premier retail trading destination.

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Luas Green line metro upgrade not needed for 20 years, NTA says

The upgrade of the Luas Green line to a metro service will not be needed “for 20 years or so” the National Transport Authority (NTA) has said. The NTA has today confirmed the MetroLink line, which had been due to run from Swords to Sandyford, will terminate at Charlemont north of Ranelagh, where it meets […]

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Eason building in the heart of Galway for sale at €8m

One of the best shops in Galway city centre is on the market for more than €8 million through agent Bannon. It is being sold on a sale-and-leaseback basis by books and stationary retailer Eason, which has occupied the building at 33 Shop Street for the past 30 years. Eason is to take a 25-year […]

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Davy fund buys majority stake in Navan Town Centre for bargain €43m

A majority stake in Navan town Centre, which was on the market in 2016 for €62 million, has just been bought for about €43 million. However, the off-market sale, which was handled by Rod Nowlan of Bannon and has just received clearance from competition authorities, did not include a residential element valued at less than €5 million […]

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Dublin logistics facility owned by Iput set for €3m refurbishment

Iput is to invest about €3 million refurbishing a large logistics facility it has just acquired for €19 million beside Dublin Airport. The acquisition is sizeable and significant in terms of the industrial market, which has been experiencing renewed interest from investors due to growth in online retailing. Refurbishment works are already under way at […]