Burlington House stands on a site of 0.68 of a hectare (1.68 acres) in Dublin 4

One of the best-located office redevelopment opportunities in Dublin city comes on the market today with the planned sale of a(...)

A private investor has paid in excess of €900,000 for two adjoining retail buildings at 24 and 25 Drury Street, Dublin 2, which will show an immedi(...)

A substantial redevelopment site on Belgard Road in Tallaght, Dublin 24, bought during the property boom by a company headed by developer Berna(...)

An investment portfolio with 30 apartments beside Tallaght Hospital in south Dublin goes on the market today with a guide price of €2,250,000. (...)

Tony Fadell, chief executive officer of Nest Labs Inc. He previously worked on developing the iPhone and iPad, and attended the Web Summit in October 2013. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Nest Labs Inc, the smart home devices company, was in the process of opening a Dublin office just prior to its sale for $3.2 billion to Google this we(...)

 Hume House, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4: It was acquired by Seán  Dunne in 2006 for €130 million and is regarded as the most expensive property deal in Ireland on a price-per-acre basis

The National Asset Management Agency has agreed the sale of four office buildings in Dublin for a combined €165 million, which would represent a premi(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend, Co. Dublin. The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Paul Maloney, appeared before the Public Accounts Committee to explain his role in the purchase of the site. (Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times)

The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) has strongly criticised the authority’s former chairwoman, Niamh Brenn(...)

Mount Kennedy House in Wicklow
Arond The Block

As 2013 draws to a close, a couple of recent big house sales would suggest that prices may finally be coming into line with demand. Mount Kennedy Hou(...)

The Webworks building in Galway: has been promoted as a technology hub for IT start-ups

A Galway businessman based overseas is the front runner to buy a high quality office development, a coach station and a partially built apartment sche(...)

The Dollymount Avenue site

The renewed interest in infill residential sites on the outskirts of Dublin city should ensure the early sale of two development opportunities at Doll(...)

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