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Cushman & Wakefield, Galway, has announced the recent promotion of Gina Callinan to assistant property manager.
Property advisor CBRE is offering a prime investment opportunity to the market for sale by private treaty.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market a prime development opportunity close to the city centre, located on one of Galway’s busiest arterial routes. The site was previously used as a storage yard and adjoins Galway Harbour and CIE.
Cushman & Wakefield has launched to the market, for sale by private treaty, an excellent investment opportunity located at Liosban Business Park, Galway. The property, Units 1 - 3 Liosbaun House, currently produce an annual rent of €75,000 per annum with excellent reversionary income potential.
Galway based chartered surveyor Cushman & Wakefield has recently sold 31 acres of zoned lands located at Ardaun, Briarhill. The land is currently zoned a mix of low density residential and Ardaun objectives and was at the time of sale in agricultural use.
The commercial property market in Galway remained robust throughout the year with the only obstacle to further growth being a lack of supply in key sectors, according to Cushman & Wakefield's 2016 review. The reemergence of the traditional pillar banks backing property, along with the continued presence of cash buyers in the market, has meant that competition for good quality assets has improved.
Cushman & Wakefield has recently concluded two important office deals in in the Citypoint building located on Prospect Hill. MathWorks and Ipswitch are two US based information technology companies which have taken up residence in the city for their European headquarters.
DTZ Sherry FitzGerald and Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, has announced that DTZ Sherry FitzGerald will be Cushman & Wakefield’s exclusive affiliate in the Republic of Ireland (Ireland) and will be rebranded as Cushman & Wakefield. The formal affiliate appointment follows the 2015 global merger of Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ. Sherry FitzGerald Group had been DTZ’s Irish partner since 1998.