Grand Canal Square in Dublin: The Jones Lang LaSalle  index described the capital  as “a magnet for FDI” noting the  steps taken  to provide urban infrastructure   with projects such as the regeneration of the Docklands. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Dublin has been ranked third on a list of most successful cities for innovation, liveability and capacity to reinvent, behind London and Silicon Vall(...)

Jones Lang Lasalle associate director and head of research Hannah Dwyer said 2015 was ‘another strong year’ for the Irish property market

A total of €3.45 billion of investment transactions have traded in the last 12 months across the country, according to new figures by estate agent Jon(...)

Thomas Reid: appealed IDA CPO. Photograph:  Collins Courts

It’s no secret that foreign direct investment has been in the vanguard of Ireland’s economic wars. Pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and tech giants have(...)

Stewart Buttefield of Slack: we had hoped to grow it more quickly but we’ve been constrained by real estate

  Tech company Slack may be increasing its users at a healthy rate, but its plans to expand its Irish office have been held back by Dublin(...)

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(...)

The council meeting room of the new headquarters of the ECB in Frankfurt, Germany, during construction. Photograph: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images

Starting this weekend, more than 2,600 central bankers will move house this month, when the European Central Bank finally opens its new headquarters (...)

Graffiti pictured along Creighton St and Windmill Lane, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority is selling control of a key building in the south docks to rock band U2 for about €450,000. The auth(...)

U2 are to purchase the Docklands site for about €450,000

U2 are to buy the site where they recorded many of their best-selling albums after the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) agreed to sell it(...)

John Mulcahy: has separately joined the private sector board of Iput, an Irish commercial real estate fund with debt-free assets of €1 billion. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells

The former head of asset management at the National Asset Management Agency, John Mulcahy, is preparing to advise billionaire Denis O’Brien on his (...)