Last summer, Green REIT paid €23 million for the Sun Alliance building on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre. It is planning to replace it with a new modern building twice its size

The recovery in the commercial property sector is undoubtedly in full flight – at least in Dublin – with values on the way up and transaction levels r(...)

Pepper is servicing 14,000 residential mortgage and personal loan customers for Danske Bank. Photograph: Getty Images

Profits at Pepper Ireland, the mortgage provider that also manages loan portfolios for other groups, rose by 61 per cent in 2014 to €6.6 million, acco(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly (left) and chief executive Brendan McDonagh  yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A number of potential buyers were eyeing Nama’s Northern Irish property loans in mid-2013, but US fund manager Pimco made the strongest play for the a(...)

John Brennan, chief executive of the Jurys Inn group. “A flotation is certainly one option given the business’s scale”

The Jurys Inn hotel group, which comprises more than 30 properties in Ireland and Britain, is to form the centrepiece of a new hotel company that is(...)

Corrig Court: currently producing €670,000

Three modern office blocks and an industrial building with an overall value of more than €20 million in Sandyford Business Park in south Dublin are t(...)

Following the agreement, the court made absolute a conditional order, granted last week, which gave AIB priority over Mr O’Reilly’s other creditors in relation to the shares. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

Agreement has been reached between a number of creditors of businessman Tony O’Reilly relating to AIB’s efforts to get a priority charge over €2.7 mi(...)

One Clarendon Row is beside the Gaiety Theatre on South King Street

One of Dublin’s most stylish modern office buildings, One Clarendon Row beside the Gaiety Theatre on South King Street, is to become the European he(...)

Dublin 1 saw the largest amount of activity in Q1 2015 by postcode with 91,526sq ft transacted - up from 50,871sq ft in 2014. Strong letting activity in the IFSC, at 72,975sq ft, was behind this robust performance

The latest Dublin office market research shows take-up in the first quarter of 2015 was down 30 per cent on Q1 2014.However, Knight Frank in its Dubl(...)

Ulster Bank had become a shareholder in the group in 2013 following a debt-for-equity deal, agreed after a lengthy restructuring process. Photograph: Adrian Brown/Bloomberg News

Ulster Bank received close to €220 million for its near 25 per cent stake in Jurys Inns just over a year after valuing its shareholding at zero, the S(...)

Canada House: set a new benchmark rent for Dublin city centre of €60 per sq ft

Goodbody stockbrokers, that venerable old Ballsbridge institution, has always been a cultured sort of place, the traditional home of Ireland’s “old mo(...)