31-35 Bow Street: OPW  the sole tenant

Four secondary office buildings in central Dublin sold less than two years ago as part of a 25-strong mixed-use property portfolio for €152.5 million(...)

Dalymount Park: long regarded as the spiritual home of domestic football in the Republic of Ireland.

The purchase of Dalymount Park by Dublin City Council could be confirmed as early as next week with Bohemians currently awaiting a decision from Zuri(...)

Things are finally moving in the North docks, an area that, with its cavernous half-built Anglo Irish Bank HQ, had become symbolic of Ireland’s bust.   Photo: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The sale of Project Wave has been one of the most eagerly awaited of the last year. Having initially attracted attention from billionaire Denis O’Brie(...)

94 St Stephen’s Green: surprising that the OPW did not attempt to buy it when values were on the floor and Bank of Scotland (Ireland) could not wait to offload it

The London-based Sw3 Capital has acquired the headquarters of the Department of Justice and Equality, one of the most notable period buildings on Dub(...)

94 St Stephen’s Green: surprising that the OPW did not attempt to buy it when values were on the floor and Bank of Scotland (Ireland) could not wait to offload it

The London-based Sw3 Capital has acquired the headquarters of the Department of Justice and Equality, one of the most notable period buildings on Dub(...)

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(...)