The Project Steel portfolio, which came to the market last November seeking €13.5 million while producing a total rent roll of €2,321,769, included 24 predominantly warehouse units in Dublin, Galway, Mullingar, and Monaghan

Allsop Space has agreed the sale of most of its Project Steel portfolio of industrial buildings prior to auction today for €11 million.The portfolio, (...)

Shire acting chief financial officer Jeff Poulton said the company had obtained advice that the break fee should not be taxable in Ireland. Photograph: The Irish Times

Drug giant Shire is facing a potential tax bill of up to €480 million as Irish Revenue officials examine the fallout from a collapsed takeover of the (...)

Pierse Contracting, which is in liquidation, held half the shares in Mall Developments. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A joint venture involving developer Eamon Duignan and the now defunct Pierse Contracting ended last year almost €30 million in the red, according t(...)

The 3,354sq m (36,102sq ft) Antaslis Building at Unit 11 in Century Business Park, Finglas, Dublin 11 is rented at €340,000 on a 20-year lease from 2006

Allsop Space is seeking more than €13.5 million for a portfolio of 24 predominately warehouse units in Dublin, Galway, Mullingar, and Monaghan on beha(...)

Mazars’new jobs are in a variety of professional services roles in includubg consulting, audit, internal audit, IT audit, compliance, tax, company secretarial, payroll and financial outsourcing. Photograph:  Eric Audras /Alto Agency

Professional services group Mazars is to create 50 new jobs across its Dublin and Galway operations.The new jobs are in a variety of professional serv(...)

The Abbey Hotel on Middle Abbey Street is on the market for €950,000

The opportunity to buy a Dublin city centre hotel for less than €1 million will arise shortly when Turley Property Advisers offer for sale the family-(...)

A homeless Irish man begging on Westmoreland Street. Photograph: Alan Betson

Deepening pessimism about ending long-term homelessness by 2016 is outlined in a high-level report to the Minister for Housing. Written on July 4th by(...)

Liquidator Simon Coyle, an accountant from Mazars, continued his case against nine former Pierse Construction directors seeking restriction orders under section 150 of the Companies Act.

Directors of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s third largest building contractor, rejected claims by the company’s liquidator yesterday that they ha(...)

Liquidator of Pierse Contracting began a High Court action seeking restriction orders against nine of its former directors.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The liquidator of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s second-biggest construction company, began a High Court action seeking restriction orders agains(...)

Kingsford Cross, a polished development of one, two and three-bedroom townhouses in Portmarnock, returns to the market this week with showhouses op(...)