Opened in 1996, the Blanchardstown Centre, situated on 85 acres, includes 1.25 million square feet of retail and retail warehousing.

Green Property has called for final bids tomorrow for the Blanchardstown Centre, its crown jewel asset, with three contenders remaining in the race fo(...)

Permanent TSB was weighed down by exceptionals in its full-year figures, and slipped 7.28 per cent to €2.80. Photograph:  Alan Betson

European shares advanced for the first day in three as investors speculated on further stimulus from the European Central Bank when it meets on Thursd(...)

Vodafone’s Irish headquarters comprise 263,000 square feet and generates a rent of €7.3 million per annum for Green

Vodafone Ireland, the single largest tenant at the Central Park commercial development in Leopardstown, Dublin, has agreed to a renegotiation on its l(...)

Of its development programme, Green Reit said that it is now on site at four locations in Dublin - One Molesworth Street, 32 Molesworth Street, Horizon Logistics Park and Block H in Central Park (pictured) - and expects to commence on site at 4-5 Harcourt Road in mid-2016. (Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES)

Real estate investment trust Green Reit stands earn a profit of more than €60million on the sale of a group of properties that it put on the market ea(...)

 The biggest faller in London was Standard Chartered, which dropped 5.3 per cent after Investec cut its rating to hold from buy, recommending investors take profits after a 17 per cent surge in two days. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty

The Iseq slipped about 0.5 per cent yesterday as European stocks generally struggled to maintain momentum, due to renewed concerns about global growt(...)

The Blanchardstown Centre counts Penneys, Dunnes and Marks & Spencer among its retail offerings. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, Ireland’s biggest retail complex, will be put up for sale next month by its owner, Green Property Group. I(...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission will investigate listed property investor Green Reit’s proposed €155 million buyout of the Central Park commercial development in Dublin.

The State’s mergers watchdog will investigate listed property investor Green Reit’s proposed €155 million buyout of the Central Park commercial develo(...)

Green and  Kennedy Wilson bought Central Park in Leopardstown early last year for €310 million

Property investment group Green Reit is to acquire the 50 per cent stake in the Central Park development in Dublin that it doesn’t own in a deal value(...)

At the recent Hibernia Reit AGM: chief executive Kevin Nowlan,  chief financial officer Tom Edwards Moss and chairman Daniel Kitchen.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Despite operating the same business in more or less the same market, the stock exchange’s two main real estate investment trusts – Reit – appear to be(...)

Number 4-5 Harcourt Road, Dublin 2 where Green Reit expects to obtain a full grant of planning to demolish the existing building in the coming weeks and to construct a new building of c.45,000 square feet, commencing with demolition of the existing building early in 2016 and completing the new building in H2 2017.

Green Reit’s move into development is progressing well, the property investment company said on Monday, noting that it is now on site in four of its (...)