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Dun Laoghaire Offices Sell for around €6.4m

The Irish Times | June 02 2005

The Irish Property Unit Trust (IPUT) has sold 3M House for around €6.4million to a group of private investors, writes Gretchen Freeman.

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Impressive return by IPUT bodes well for 2005

The Irish Times | April 14 2005

Irish Property Unit Trust has followed through an impressive 12.3% return last year with a strong first quarter performance, writes Con Power.

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Property pension funds rise by 1.8%

The Irish Independent | April 14 2005

The average unitised pension property fund rose 1.8% during March 2005.

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Law partners to share up to €20m in office deal

The Irish Times | September 30 2004

Top law firm Dillon Eustace’s sale and leaseback deal on new offices in Dublin’s docklands is to provide a valuable windfall for its partners. Gretchen Friemann and Jack Fagan report.

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Liam Carroll pays €9.2 million for Grand Canal House

The Irish Times | February 26 2004

Grand Canal House, a 1980s office building at Grand Canal Street, has been bought from the IPFPUT pension fund by property developer Liam Carroll of Danninger for €9.2 million.

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Property returns 12.5% for pension fund

The Irish Times | February 26 2004

Ireland’s largest property unit trust, IPFPUT, has reported overall returns of 12.5 per cent from the property market in 2003.

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Property proves its long term value

The Irish Times | February 26 2004

Property has been one of the best performing assets classes over the last 20 years, writes Niall Gaffney.

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Property v Equities: which scores better?

The Irish Times | September 10 2003

Property has outperformed other assets for the last 10 years - but some fund managers believe equities may now prove a better investment, writes Gretchen Friemann.

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Grafton Street rents to rise after record letting

The Irish Times | August 28 2003

Pension fund IPFPUT will trigger a new round of rent rises on Grafton Street after reletting the former Thorntons shop for a record price which is 25 per cent higher than current rental values. Jack Fagan, Property Editor, reports.

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IPFPUT show 5% return over 2002

The Irish Independent | April 02 2003

All in all, 2002 was a very difficult year for pension funds, with fund values falling by an average of 19%, which makes IPFPUT’s performance in the last financial year quite a remarkable one, writes Con Power.

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