• Take-up in the Dublin industrial & logistics sector reached 51,354m2 in Q3 2019, bringing total take-up in the first nine months of 2019 to 224,606m2 - up 7% on the same period last year
  • Lettings of industrial buildings accounted for 70% of industrial take-up in Dublin in Q3
  • In total, there were 28 industrial transactions signed in Dublin in Q3 2019 of which 18 comprised lettings and 10 comprised sales - this brings the total number of transactions in this sector in the year to the end of September to 98 compared to 137 in the same period last year
  • Transactional activity in the industrial sector during Q3 2019 was primarily focused on the Dublin North East (M1) and the Dublin North West (N3) corridors, which accounted for 39% and 31% of quarterly take-up in Dublin respectively in the quarter
  • Prime industrial rents in the capital remained steady quarter-on-quarter, standing at €106 per square metre at the end of Q3
  • There was demand for 109,595m2 of industrial & logistics accommodation prevailing at the end of Q3
  • Four industrial investment transactions extending to more than €1 million completed in the Irish market during Q3 2019 totalling almost €37 million between them
  • Prime industrial yields remain steady at 5.1% at the end of Q3