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(...)

David Gavaghan: chief executive of Titanic Quarter since June 2012

Titanic Quarter, the company responsible for Belfast’s most important waterfront development, is to restructure its operations and has already remove(...)

Pat Doherty of Harcourt Developments The developer, which was behind Belfast’s Titanic Quarter,  was one of four bidders that submitted proposals for a similar scheme to the Port of Bellingham authority last year.

Irish property player Harcourt Developments is in the final stages of negotiating a deal to redevelop up to 20 acres of waterfront in Bellingham port (...)

Gerry Gannon:  returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in 2008.

Three of Ireland’s biggest Celtic Tiger-era property developers are returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in(...)

The unique 19th century Old Railway Station in Derry in its present state. Photograph: Trevor McBride

Derry should mark its year as UK City of Culture by reinstating its old railway station on the Watersi(...)