Sean Mulryan is known for throwing lavish boomtime parties, the hiatus on which appears to have been lifted in recent times. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Sean Mulryan is the epitome of the Celtic Tiger-era developers who dominated the Irish business community during the boom. When the crash came, Mr Mu(...)

Just off Booterstown Avenue in Dublin, Castle Court is a small crescent of link-detached homes: the houses are more or less detached but connect at(...)

Gerry Barrett, a former maths teacher turned developer, is one of the largest remaining clients of Nama.

The National Asset Management Agency has appointed estate agent Cushman & Wakefield to sell a €778 million loan portfolio secured on property form(...)

Hillcourt Park was built by developer Paddy Kelly in the 1970s. The house style here was labelled Vermeer after the Dutch artist. A quiet leafy(...)

The globe-trotting developer Paddy Kelly, who owes taxpayers about €1.5 billion through Nama, was recently in court in Amsterdam in a row involving h(...)

The Clarion Hotel at the IFSC in Dublin is on the market for €30 million

Two highly profitable Dublin-based Clarion Hotels, one in the International Financial Services Centre and the other at Dublin Airport, are to be of(...)

10 Pembroke Place, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4: infill site has obvious scope for redevelopment

Few Dublin office buildings have fallen in value as rapidly as the former Cablelink/NTL complex at Pembroke Place in Ballsbridge. The two-storey block(...)

Thriving clothing retailer Primark is to strengthen its trading position in Dublin city centre by acquiring the disused Independent House on Mi(...)