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(...)

A computer-generated image of the proposed new Stillorgan shopping centre in south Co Dublin, which is owned by Kennedy Wilson

US property investment group Kennedy Wilson has acquired four offices in Dublin for €24.9 million. The company, which acquired Bank of Ireland’s real-(...)

Capital Dock has been designed by Dublin architects O’Mahony Pike as one of five key dockland hubs.

Work is to proceed before the end of the year on a large office and apartment scheme in Dublin’s south docks following yesterday’s decision by Dublin (...)

Computer-generated image of the proposed Parnell Square cultural quarter.  It is hoped the development will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the Georgian square and surrounding streets

The €60 million redevelopment of Dublin’s Parnell Square is finally to get under way following the agreement of a major land swap deal between the cit(...)

Fingleton ‘did not read’ files Michael Fingleton, former head of Irish Nationwide, argued that he should not be liable to repay a €5.5 million(...)

Kennedy Wilson completed  36 lettings at its Vantage apartment development at Central Park in Leopardstown in the quarter, and it continues to “drive rental growth”.(Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES )

Prime rents for Dublin offices are on track to reach new highs over the next two years, property investment company Kennedy Wilson said on Thursday, (...)

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(...)