Statement by Marian Finnegan, Chief Economist, Cushman & Wakefield, Friday 13th January, 2017
28th November 2016
€283 million transacted during the nine months to September 2016
21st November 2016
The increased growth and reliance upon social networking, internet shopping, e-billing and cloud based services provided by companies including Google, Apple and Microsoft is multiplying the need for data storage from the private sector while the increased growth and reliance upon IT in today’s business world has resulted in many firms no longer being able to manage their own IT systems in house. All of the above has resulted in an increase in the requirement for more and larger data centres. To date Ireland has punched above its weight in terms of the number and size of data centres per capita. The multi-million investment involved for even the smallest of these centres has a major positive effect on employment and the economy.
16th November 2016
Iconic Manhattan street narrowly ahead of Causeway Bay in Hong Kong despite annual rental values decreasing in both. Dublins’ Grafton Street ranks 13th in rental positioning by country internationally.
Watch commentary from our Head of Research EMEA, Elisabeth Troni, covering her initial views on the potential impacts on the European market and in particular, commercial real estate.