Twilfit House: at the junction of Jervis Street and Upper Abbey Street

The London-based SW3 Capital has added to its property assets on Dublin’s Dawson Street, Merrion Square and College Green by buying an early 20th-cent(...)

Brendan McDonagh: “We are in discussion with the Housing Agency and local authorities. Because of the crisis they are looking at revising their guidelines.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Up to 500 apartments, due to become available in the Tallaght area of Dublin in the autumn, may be offered to people on social housing waiting lists (...)

Twilfit House: Likely to appeal to a wide range of investors due to attractive immediate return and improving location

An early 20th century building rented by two commercial tenants at the junction of Jervis Street and Upper Abbey Street in Dublin 1 is for sale(...)

A boarding school was established on the site in 1823 and the property was extended between 1863 and 1903 to include the concert hall and gymnasium buildings.

One of Dublin’s most architecturally significant buildings is to resume use as a secondary school after lying idle for almost 15 years. Rathfar(...)

The former Richmond Hospital on North Brunswick Street: the INMO plans to mount a display cabinet in the hall tracing the various uniforms and equipment used by nurses over the years

One of Dublin’s most notable landmark buildings, the former Richmond Hospital on North Brunswick Street, has been acquired by the Irish Nurses and Mid(...)

94 St Stephen’s Green – Department of Justice HQ of 1,979sq m is leased to the State for ¤1.02m until 2018

A portfolio of 25 property investments, mainly in central Dublin and valued at close to €2 billion during the boom, are to be offered for sale on the (...)

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham: classical collection of former college, school and church buildings on 4.49 acres set back from Grange Road

Loreto Abbey, a classical collection of former college, school and church buildings in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, is to be offered for sale at a knockdow(...)

Today Belfast is littered with forlorn sites that echo the failed dreams and lost fortunes of local property developers. Photograph: Pacemaker

The polished, glossy corporate headquarters of Invest NI, the North’s business development agency, have over the last eight years become something of (...)