Some 128 acres at six sites in commuter towns close to Dublin were placed on the market in February at €44.75 million.

Ardstone Capital is believed to have been chosen as preferred bidder by Nama for development assets connected with David Daly’s Albany Group. Some 1(...)

The court was told how a culture grew in Nama whereby staff became “desensitised” to the confidential information they were dealing with. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

For the most part, former Nama employee Enda Farrell sat stony faced in the dock on Thursday as the sorry tale of his misdeeds dating from 2012 was ex(...)

Five-star Carlisle Bay Resort in Antigua

Nama has begun the process of finding a buyer for a loan book linked to part of the valuable property portfolio held by Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Develo(...)

Diageo will reportedly this week reaffirm its commitment to Guinness.

Almost 30,000 landlords, according to the Sunday Business Post, are being pursued by the rental standards watchdog for failing to register their tena(...)

Detail from ‘The Brigadier’ portrait by Lucian Freud, which  goes on sale in Christie’s New York next month

Visitors to the Lough Eske Castle Hotel in Donegal will notice a large painting titled The Brigadier. It’s a portrait of Andrew Parker Bowles, a fo(...)

Washington state: Port of Bellingham and Harcourt had been in talks for more than a year

Irish property company Harcourt Developments could start work on a major project in the US shortly, after winning a €15 million contract in Washington(...)

Harcourt will buy the Port of Bellingham 18.8-acre site in stages and redevelop it as a shopping and business centre

Irish property player Harcourt Developments is close to signing a €15 million deal to revamp a disused site in a port in the northwestern United Stat(...)

Block 7, Park West: purchased for €1,125,000 – a long way from the €4 million paid for it by two private investors 18 years ago

Dublin’s under-performing Park West Business Park off the M50 has been given a new lease of life following the purchase by Allianz Worldwide Care of(...)

Harcourt, which is owned by Donegal developer Pat Doherty and his family, has effectively transferred ownership of the company to an Isle of Man company, Benissa. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

So it appears Harcourt Developments, the owner of the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, is the latest Irish company to set sail for foreign shores, where it(...)

Pat Doherty of Harcourt Developments: developer says it is on course to exit Nama in 2016. Photograph: Arthur Allison.

Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Developments, which this week made the chief executive of its Titanic Quarter in Belfast redundant, has also executed a Byzanti(...)