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Commercial Property

Our commercial property team represents a broad spectrum of domestic and international clients including developers, private and institutional investors, banks and other financial institutions, retailers, health care providers and public and semi-state bodies.

Our team is highly experienced and our expertise covers the full range of commercial property transactions, including:

  • site acquisition,
  • construction and development,
  • commercial leasing,
  • the sale and purchase of all types of commercial properties,
  • secured lending, and
  • property syndication and other co-ownership arrangements. 

We handle high value, sophisticated real estate disposals and acquisitions (including of office blocks, retail schemes, nursing homes and multi-family investments), as well as advising house builders on the setting up, construction and sale of housing schemes.

We also have particular expertise in large scale property due diligence projects and the remediation of title and security problems. We advise mortgagees, receivers, liquidators and examiners on dealing with distressed property assets, often working with our colleagues in banking, corporate and insolvency to provide an integrated service.

We offer specialist expertise in landlord and tenant issues, acting for landlords and tenants of all types of commercial property and advising on all elements of commercial leasing, from initial lettings, assignments and surrenders of leases to day to day estate management issues, with our advices tailored towards the business needs and requirements of our clients, including in the retail and health care sectors.

Our recent experience includes advising:

  • Tristan Capital Partners and SW3 on the newly planned EXO building, the 73 metre office building will be Dublin’s tallest, located beside the Point Village, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1
  • NAMA on the disposal of the Emerald & Ruby and the Gem loan portfolios, being 2 of the top 5 European distressed property loan sales in 2016.
  • Various successful purchasers and financiers in the “Project Stone” loan sale process being a distressed commercial real estate loan portfolio from IBRC, with a significant portion of the debt secured by Irish assets.
  • A US private equity firm in its acquisition of four prime office buildings located in Dublin’s Central Business District and the subsequent disposal of these assets to Starwood Property Trust, a US mortgage REIT. This deal, known as Project Molly, was the largest direct Irish real estate transaction of 2015.
  • SW3 Capital & Tristan Capital Partners in the acquisition of 197 apartments, Neptune Block, Honeypark, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin for €72.55m.
  • A US private equity fund on the purchase and financing of a prime retail and residential development in Dublin City Centre, at South King Street and Chatham Court, off Grafton Street Dublin for €41m.
  • A real estate investment fund in connection with its refinancing and redevelopment of the landmark Red Cow hotel, entertainment and conference venue in West Dublin.
  • Centric Health on the fundraising and expansion of its Primary Healthcare Centres to include the acquisition of 12 new sites.
  • Noonan Construction in the setting up of a number of residential development schemes in Leinster, including advising on site acquisition, construction, financing, preparation of scheme documents and ongoing disposal of these schemes. 
  • An overseas purchaser in the purchase of Abbeville, Kinsealy, County Dublin and assisting in its proposals on purchase.
  • homestore + more on the expansion of its retail footprint and all property issues relating to its 20 stores throughout Ireland.
  • Kuehne + Nagel in relation to its leasing arrangements in Ireland.
  • Allied Irish Banks plc on the provision of loans to various entities for property finance acquisitions, including commercial office blocks, residential blocks, development land and investment opportunities.