Office Take-Up higher than same quarter last year
It is also the second consecutive quarter of strong take-up results, showing continued signs of stability and recovery in the Dublin office market.
Continued strong Investment volumes in Q1 2013
Total take up for the first 3 months of the year is approx €342 million from 32 transactions. This is a 32% increase on Q4 2012 (€259m transacted). It is the first quarter since Q3 2007 that investment volumes have exceeded €340m in a single quarter.
John Moran, Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle Ireland, talks about the growing investor confidence in Ireland
Industrial Take-up for quarter is almost double that of Qtr 1 last year
With strong activity in the last 2 quarters of 2012, the momentum in lettings and sales levels has continued into the first quarter of the year.
30 Herbert Street Dublin 2
30 Herbert Street has a unique presence on the contemporary streets of Dublin 2 combining a dramatic classical facade with a fresh modern interior providing exceptionally flexible office accommodation of 821 - 4,027 m².
Kildare Village Outlet Centre
Fully let outlet centre in Kildare Village with major brands featuring Polo, Nike, Karen Millen, Monsoon, Calvin Klein, Louise Kennedy, Hobbs, LK Bennett..........
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Successful Sale of Former Bank of Ireland Head Office
Jones Lang LaSalle is delighted to confirm the successful sale of the former Bank of Ireland Head office in Baggot Street, Dublin 2. With over 200,000 sq ft of office space in an iconic building in a prime location, this property is one of the largest opportunities to create Grade A offices in three blocks suitable for single or multiple occupation.
18 New Faces
In the changing world of commercial real estate one thing remains constant: the best people create the best value for clients. In 2012 we recruited 18 of the best and brightest to join our team in Dublin.
The retail sector continues to face major challenges
There are some signs of stability. Despite low consumer sentiment and spending, some retailers are showing resilience with a number of new and existing retailers currently active.
Best Small Sized Workplace in Ireland 2013
Jones Lang LaSalle is extremely proud to be named Best Small Sized Workplace in Ireland 2013, particularly following their success in 2012.
Overall Index Results positive in Q1 2013
The Jones Lang LaSalle Irish Property Index Overall Returns were positive for the 6th consecutive quarter, with a 1.8% increase in Q1 2013.
An encouraging start to 2013
GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE: Investor sentiment is improving with transaction volumes higher than expected. However, the global leasing markets are showing a more ambivalent picture.
How is retail investment ‘globalising’?
Why is this trend gaining momentum? Where will this trend lead us? Read “Redefining Retail Investment; Global Real Estate Futures” to find out more.
Extracting value from sustainability
In this issue of Global Sustainability Perspective we look at some of the more innovative retrofit finance approaches, business case formulation and ways of estimating returns on sustainability investments.
Retail: Destination Europe
The 250 most renowned retailer brands and their presence across the key European cities.
"Best performing property brand" award
Jones Lang LaSalle wins ‘Best performing property brand’ honors at 2013 MPF Awards for Management Excellence.
Named one of “World’s Most Ethical Companies” for sixth consecutive year
Jones Lang LaSalle is recognized for Integrity with awards from Ethisphere Institute, Forbes and CR Magazine.
European Office Property Clock Q1 2013
European office markets show some vigour, despite continued economic uncertainty
Twenty African cities emerge for CRE growth
Retail expansion, corporate outsourcing and positive economic signs point the way for commercial real estate growth between now and 2020, but market transparency must improve.
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