A computer-generated image of the redeveloped former Jurys and Berkeley Court hotel sites

Ireland’s most expensive development site, one of the centrepieces of the property crash, is finally to be offered for sale on the international marke(...)

The Ballsbridge hotel sites, bought by Seán Dunne  in 2005 for €380m, which are likely to go on offer internationally, and the UCD veterinary college, bought by Ray Grehan for €171.5m and sold on for  €22.5.m.

The two Ballsbridge hotels bought by developer Sean Dunne at the peak of the property boom in 2005 for €380 million are to be offered for sale on the(...)

Gayle Killilea-Dunne, the wife of insolvent property developer Sean Dunne, has sought to block a legal action taken by his US bankruptcy official to recover millions of euro in assets he transferred to her. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

Gayle Killilea-Dunne, the wife of insolvent property developer Seán Dunne, has sought to block a legal action taken by his US bankruptcy official to r(...)

Sean Dunne about to enter   Federal Court   in New Haven, Connecticut, US, in  February of last year. File photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

Embattled property developer Sean Dunne and his wife are facing a fresh legal onslaught in the US as US court officials and Irish State officials have(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien: approach to buy Four Seasons hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Denis O’Brien has made an approach to buy the Four Seasons hotel in Dublin, according to the Sunday Times. The 200-bed hotel is owned by London and Re(...)

Sean Dunne: officially applied to the Connecticut bankruptcy court  to abandon his court bid to seek a fresh financial start.   Photograph: Simon Carswell/The Irish Times

Property developer Sean Dunne has blamed the high costs he faced for his decision to give up his legal fight to walk away from about €700 million in d(...)

Seán Dunne: Under the US legal system, each side will pay their own costs in Nama’s 16-month challenge against the developer. Photograph: Steve Miller/Irish Times

Twenty months after he sought refuge in the US bankruptcy courts and a faster passage away from €700 million of debts that he would have had to naviga(...)

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne. Photograph:  Garrett White / Collins

Property developer Sean Dunne has thrown in the towel on his attempt to walk away from about €700 million in debts through the US bankruptcy courts(...)

 The Lagoon Beach Hotel in  Cape Town,  South Africa: one of the properties transferred from ownership of Seán Dunne to his wife Gayle

A dispute over whether bankrupt developer Seán Dunne validly transferred various property assets to his wife Gayle, including a hotel in South Africa(...)

Donnybrook Mall: the seven shops currently trading from the mall are producing a combined rental income of €392,805. Photograph: David Sleator

A private investor has bought the Donnybrook Mall shopping complex in the centre of Donnybrook village in Dublin 4 for €6.6 million in a deal that wil(...)