Convention Centre Dublin. Operational revenue for the 10 months to December 2013 was €19.6 million

The Convention Centre Dublin has reported an overall profit of €15.37 million for the 10-month period to end December 2013, compared to €3.52 millio(...)

Beechwood Court in Stillorgan, which is one of the lots being sold by Nama, has 101 apartments and a range of commercial units and produces an annual income of around €1.5 million Beechwood Court in Stillorgan, which is one of the lots being sold by Nama, has 101 apartments and a range of commercial units and produces an annual income of around €1.5 million

In another mass sale of Dublin apartments, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to seek buyers for 588 homes in six Dublin suburbs and one i(...)

Crescent Hall on Mount Street Crescent: refurbished to grade-A standard

Colliers International is quoting a rent of €450 a square metre (€41.80 a square foot) for office space at the refurbished Crescent Hall on Mount Stre(...)

Cherrywood Business Park: set to become, with adjoining lands, a focal point for commercial and residential developments over the next decade with an estimated end value of more than €2.5 billion. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two American funds, Hines and King Street Capital, are due to complete contracts within days to acquire the largest and most valuable development s(...)

Mr Justice Peter Charleton: awarded €2.1 million to a “very vulnerable” orphaned James Haughey against stockbroking firm Davy

Well-known developers Seán Dunne, Bernard McNamara, Paddy Kelly, Liam Carroll, Harry Crosbie, Jim Mansfield, and brothers Ray and Danny Grehan have a(...)

Working on the docks: until very recently, planners believed it could take 10 years or more to deliver more residential property in Docklands, but now they think it could happen much quicker because of the current shortage of housing in Dublin. Working on the docks: until very recently, planners believed it could take 10 years or more to deliver more residential property in Docklands, but now they think it could happen much quicker because of the current shortage of housing in Dublin

Michael Noonan lost the run of himself recently when he suggested, in true cheerleader style, that Docklands “has the potential to be the Canary Wharf(...)

Johnny Ronan: emergence with backing of an unknown partner is the latest move in comeback. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan, the former head of Treasury Holdings, has made the shortlist to buy Project Wave, a strategic 2.35 acre site in Dublin’s north dockla(...)

Eircom took a ¤29m exceptional charge to cover payments under a management-incentive plan introduced last year.

Eircom’s senior management shared €39.1 million in pay, bonuses and benefits last year as the company lines itself up for a possible initial public of(...)

18-21 Henry Street: the shops are occupied by HMV, Vision Express, Boots, Stars & Stripes and Tiger and have an average unexpired lease term of 5.25 years

Irish Life has emerged as the top bidder for a block of five shops on Dublin’s Henry Street which form part of a mixed portfolio of commercial proper(...)

Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt

The five-star Powerscourt Hotel in Enniskerry will make a “healthy profit” this year, its first full year of trading since its change of ownership and(...)