The 0.72 hectare site at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay fronts on to the river Liffey and Samuel Beckett Bridge, and continues down along Lime Street

Further signs that most major property development will be concentrated in the south Dublin docklands comes with the announcement that a large site a(...)

Kennedy Wilson and Nama  to develop Capital Dock - 313,000 sq feet of office space and 204 apartments in Dublin’s south docklands.

Property company Kennedy Wilson has entered a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to develop 313,000 square feet of office (...)

Peter Collins, managing director of  Kennedy Wilson’s European business. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Real estate fund Kennedy Wilson is still actively looking for property deals in the Irish market but the managing director of its European business s(...)

Staff marking the 190th anniversary of the Shelbourne Hotel in April of this year.

The Shelbourne Hotel has been acquired by US property investment group Kennedy Wilson, which is planning to invest millions of euro into the business (...)

Impression of Marshes Shopping Centre, Dundalk

US-based property investment group Kennedy Wilson announced yesterday that it had agreed to acquire the Elliott loan portfolio and the Marshes Shoppin(...)

Eircom is expected to take a dual listing in Dublin and London, with the bulk of the proceeds of the flotation used to reduce its €2.3 billion debt pile. Photograph: Frank Miller

Eircom is finalising plans to raise €1 billion in a September stock market listing that will value the operator at more than €3 billion. The telco,(...)

The two office buildings to be acquired by Green Reit on  Harcourt Street (above) and Harcourt Road are currently being rented to Government tenants.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Property investor Green Reit has agreed to pay €32 million for two office buildings near St Stephen’s Green in Dublin 2.Number 76-78 Harcourt Street, (...)

Danske Bank, which is winding down its Irish operations, has kicked off the sale process for an estimated €95 million portfolio of residential assets. Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

Danske Bank has kicked off the sale process for an estimated €95 million portfolio of residential buy-to-let assets, according to a source clos(...)

Earlier this month Green REIT was selected as the preferred bidder, along with US real estate giant Kennedy Wilson, to buy the Central Park development in Leopardstown, south Dublin, for €310 milionPhotograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

FIONA REDDANGreen REIT, the Irish listed Real Estate Investment Trust, is set to buy five Dublin city centre properties in an off-market transaction(...)

Central Park office park in Leopardstown, south Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Green REIT, the Irish listed Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), is “considering its funding options”.Responding to media reports that the fund would(...)