The Berkeley Court Hotel,  or Clyde Court, on Lansdowne Road, Dublin, which  closed  on January 1st. Demolition on the building is expected to begin towards the second half   of this month. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Chartered Land, the property group run by Irish developer Joe O’Reilly, has appointed contractors to demolish the former Berkeley Court hotel site in (...)

Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea  have been contesting legal actions on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as in South Africa

The long-running game of chess that is the litigation around the Irish and American bankruptcies of property developer Sean Dunne received much needed(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

The 2.02-acre vet college site will accommodate the new One Ballsbridge.

The first phase of a major new urban centre planned for Ballsbridge in Dublin 4, is being launched today through a marketing campaign for high qualit(...)

Seán Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea: Ms Killilea’s US lawyer said granting a relief would be “completely unfair”. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Gayle Killilea, the wife of property developer Seán Dunne, has objected to an application in the US courts for relief that would help her husband’s (...)

Gayle Dunne: Prior to getting married, the Dunnes had agreed that if she married Mr Dunne and started a family with him, he would transfer a portion of his wealth to her immediately, she claims. Photograph: Frank Miller

The wife of bankrupt developer Seán Dunne has applied for High Court orders permitting her to cross-examine a lawyer representing the official dealing(...)

Bloodstone Building on the Liffey: American investment firm Blackstone is hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value

An American investment firm will be hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value when it puts two office buildings in Dublin’s south docklands back on t(...)

 Site in Goatstown was  bought over a decade ago by developers Seán Dunne (above) and Seán Mulyran

A 50 per cent interest in a 9.95-acre site in Goatstown, bought over a decade ago by developers Seán Dunne and Seán Mulyran, is sale agreed after goin(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York. Photograph: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Disappointing earnings results from corporate bellwethers weighed on equity prices in Europe and on Wall Street yesterday. European equities fell in (...)

Sean Mulryan said Ballymore Properties had “grave concerns” about the health of the Irish property market in 2007 and believed the country was producing 30,000 housing units too many annually. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Irish developer Sean Mulryan does not believe he or his company Ballymore Properties played any part in the crash of the property market here in late (...)