Landlords get picky as office shortage bites

Longer leases are another by-product of a tightened office market, according to James Mulhall, managing director of Murphy Mulhall. “For occupiers seeking say 3,500 sq ft upwards, landlords are demanding 10 years plus in terms of lease length, particularly in the core central business district (CBD).


Developers return to Dublin office market

“In the last cycle you had debt-funded development, which caused all sorts of problems in every part of the market” says Robert Murphy, a Director of agents Murphy Mulhall


Murphy Mulhall in Estates Gazette’s Ireland Focus

A wave of multinationals and small start-ups want to sail into Dublin. But office supply is low. Will prelets and refurbs deal with the influx? Alex Horne of Estates Gazette reports. Click the link below to read the full article.


Murphy Mulhall expand into Europe through new alliance

Murphy Mulhall – through its formal association with leading UK property partnership – Gerald Eve – is now part of a new “best-in-class” real estate alliance network across Europe


Murphy Mulhall appointed to sell Bernard McNamara’s Former HQ

We are delighted to have been appointed to sell the former Headquarters of property developer Bernard McNamara.

Largest building in Ireland

Market Improvement Continues With Sale of Largest Building in Ireland

The strong overseas demand for blue chip real estate assets in Ireland continues with the sale of Tesco’s main distribution centre in Donabate, County Dublin.