Central Park office park in Leopardstown where Green Reit is reporting full occupancy and has construction underway on Block H. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Listed property investor Green Reit believes that there is a risk that Dublin’s office market will be oversupplied from 2018 as new developments now u(...)

Toys R Us plans to open  10 outlets in Ireland

The Irish property investment company, Green REIT, yesterday announced that Toys R Us has leased the remaining vacant shops at Westend Retail Park in (...)

Properties acquired by Green Reit since last year include the Central Park complex in Sandyford, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Property investor Green Reit will limit itself to “opportunistic” acquisitions now it has spent the money raised from the markets since its launch (...)

 Stephen Vernon (left) and  Pat Gunne of Green Property  at the listing of Green REIT plc on the Irish Stock Exchange. Photograph: Eric Luke

When he led Green Property’s departure from the Irish Stock Exchange and into life as a private entity in 2002, Stephen Vernon did not believe he woul(...)

Greencore chairman Gary Kennedy will take the same role at the property company.

The Republic’s first real estate investment trust (REIT) intends raising €200 million from investors to cash in on opportunities likely to emerge in t(...)