Merrion Square Letting

We are delighted to announce that we have let the lower ground floor of another prestigious office building on Merrion Square. Neoen Renewables Ireland Ltd have taken a long lease on the space and are already enjoying one of the finest Georgian properties that Merrion Square has to offer. Despite competitive market conditions, the building […]

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We’re moving!

We are delighted to announce that we are moving! We’ll be sad to leave the old HQ but, after 5 years, it’s time to move on. We have signed a lease on some brand spanking new space in the Hawley Wharf development in Camden Town and we can’t wait to get settled in. If you’re […]

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31 Merrion Square: refurbishment complete

We are very excited to announce that we have completed the refurbishment of 8 high end apartments with a tenant gym at Dublin’s most prestigious address, Merrion Square. It’s been quite the ride but we are absolutely delighted with the result, restoring this historic landmark and delivering stunning, high quality residential accommodation back to this […]

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Blackstone Pulls Plug On Renovations

New York City’s biggest owner of rent-stabilized apartments, private equity giant the Blackstone Group, says it is stopping improvements at the 11,000-unit housing complex it bought in 2015. Blackstone said it is now re-evaluating what to do with the apartments at Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village in Manhattan’s Lower East Side new rent regulation laws, Crain’s New York Business reports. While Blackstone plans […]

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The Great VC Racket

We live in a time of free money. Years of quantitative easing and low interest rates have built a wall of capital, a wall that is chasing all assets and pushing up prices across the board. Everyone has to work harder, be smarter or take on more risk if they want to achieve returns that […]

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New York State of Mind

As property prices in Dublin continue to rise and those in London remain steady despite a slowdown in sales and a marked decrease in transaction volumes, our quest for value has pushed us further afield. South Hill Capital Director Philip Brainin has spent this last month in New York looking for investment opportunities and the […]

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Where to next?

As South Hill Capital enters its seventh year in business, a year which is sure to be the most politically and economically turbulent of recent times, the question that has become most pressing for our board and investors alike is “where to next?” We continue to monitor the market in central Dublin, and indeed remain […]

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