The V-shaped, .39-hectare site at Vernon Avenue in Clontarf. It has planning permission for 17 three- bedroom homes ranging in size up to 179sq m

The scarcity of family homes in popular Dublin suburbs has led to considerable competition between investment and construction companies for housing s(...)

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A strategic 11-acre site earmarked for redevelopment in Belfast city which had been acquired by Cerberus as part of a loan portfolio has been purchase(...)

Cranes over Dublin in 2007: large scale construction activity is expected in 2016. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

What would you like to see happening in the commercial property market next year? While efforts are under way to address shortages of office accommoda(...)

Despite dire warnings from lobbyists for Big Drink, the Irish pub sector has officially hit its second wind

Anyone who has been to anything where alcohol flows freely for the whole day – a wedding, perhaps, or every Thursday at college – will be familiar wit(...)

The five-star Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort in Co Limerick, which was acquired by JP McManus earlier this year for €31.5 million

A total of 54 hotels with a combined value of almost €650 million were sold during the first nine months of 2015, according to new figures released by(...)

Grafton Street, Dublin: rents on the street have  risen to €5,500 per sq m (€511 per sq ft).  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Grafton Street is often cited as a barometer for the retail sector, and latest figures suggest a recovery in rents and values is well under way. Zone (...)

Derrynane Hotel  and its eight luxury holiday homes on the Ring of Kerry comes with 11.4 acres. Photograph: John Herriott

Joint agents CBRE and Tom Spillane & Co are quoting more than €1.5 million for the three-star Derrynane Hotel and eight luxury holiday homes on th(...)

The inquiry heard almost €8bn worth of commercial investment property was sold in Ireland between 2004 and 2008

An acute shortage of office space and affordable accommodation in Dublin is posing a threat to foreign direct investment in Ireland, the Committee of (...)

Marie Hunt, head of research at CBRE Ireland, told the committee much of the development was in parts of the country that did not need it

Extensive land rezoning and a lack of a national planning strategy, as well as cheap bank debt and government tax incentive policy, all fuelled an eco(...)

Richard Bielenberg:  previously worked in CBRE and Rohan Holdings

Richard Bielenberg, a well-known figure in the Dublin commercial property market, has joined Colliers International as a divisional director in its in(...)