Hibernia REIT non executive director Colm Barrington, chairman Daniel Kitchen, and non executive director,Terence O’Rourke. The group has invested or committed more than 600m on acquisitions to date

Property investment company Hibernia REIT has been admitted to the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index Series, the most widely-used benchmark fo(...)

The Windmill Lane site, which was once home to a recording studio used by U2, the Rolling Stones, Tom Jones and Van Morriso. Photo: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Property investor Hibernia Reit is to develop more than 120,000 sq ft of office space at Windmill Lane in Dublin’s south docks, as part of a joint ven(...)

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(...)

The 0.72 hectare site at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay fronts on to the river Liffey and Samuel Beckett Bridge, and continues down along Lime Street

Further signs that most major property development will be concentrated in the south Dublin docklands comes with the announcement that a large site a(...)

The six-storey block, over basement car-park, at 29-31 Adelaide Road produces a rent of €2.9 million. photograph: cyril byrne

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity fund, has paid €45 million for a 40-year-old Government-rented office (...)

David Courtney was involved in €400 million deal in 2005 to buy the Superquinn chain. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

MARK PAUL The death has taken place of David Courtney, a well-known property investor who came to prominence following h(...)

Sean Reilly’s portfolio was recently boosted when Airbnb took a 21,000 sq ft lease in the Watermarque building (pictured).

Lone Star, the Dallas based private equity fund, has acquired the loan portfolio of developer Sean Reilly for €220 million or a discount of 41 per cen(...)

The redeveloped site at the former Clancy Barracks is now home to 420 residential units.  Clancy Barracks: Islandbridge, Dublin 8. Sold: Over €80million Previously: €230million

There is no happy ending to a property market crash, unless perhaps you’re a private equity investor. Since the Irish market has gone belly up, privat(...)