King Sturge and HT Meagher O'Reilly, the Dublin based Irish Property advisors are delighted to announce that they have recently agreed a formal association. King Sturge is a well established Commercial and Residential Property advisor across Europe and the rest of the world and HT Meagher O'Reilly is one of the fastest growing advisory companies in Ireland, providing strategic, personalised and fully integrated property services to a portfolio of high profile domestic and international clients in all sectors of the commercial property market from office, retail and industrial properties to investment, development land and valuation services.
The firms complement each other because both have strong teams in their relevant markets with links into the major property investors across their sectors. The move comes at a time when all investors are looking for new opportunities in different markets and this link will enable both firms to expand their range of services to their existing and new clients.
Both firms are strong in their markets in the office, retail and industrial sectors and have been involved in all sizes of transactions thereby providing dedicated services to all occupiers from small local firms to the largest International companies.
The association with King Sturge has already allowed HT Meagher O'Reilly to secure over 300 million in UK and European properties for clients, with a number of other international transactions on-going.
HT Meagher O'Reilly has handled over 2 billion worth of property transactions in Ireland. High profile deals that the firm has been responsible for include the purchase of AIB Bankcentre in Ballsbridge for Hibernian Life & Pensions, the forward funding of Eircom's new headquarters in Heuston South Quarter for Quinlan Private and the sale of 24-26 City Quay in Dublin 2 to Irish Life.
Commenting on the association with HT Meagher O'Reilly, Chris Ireland, Joint Senior Partner of King Sturge said "we are delighted to join forces in Ireland with such a dynamic organisation and in the short time that we have been talking to each other many opportunities and potential opportunities for us and our clients are already coming to fruition".
Commenting on the announcement, Declan O'Reilly of HT Meagher O'Reilly said "Irish investors now spend over 10 billion annually on commercial property worldwide, with the domestic market accounting for less than 25% of the total. With so much of the demand focused outside of Ireland, investors increasingly rely on property advisors who can provide a global reach, with access to local knowledge in all of the key international markets."
Source: King Sturge