The Elm Park development was the largest property undertaking by developer Bernard McNamara, who, in conjunction with Jerry O’Reilly and the late Dav(...)

Construction at the junction of St Stephen’s Green and Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The telecoms billionaire Denis O’Brien is expected to make a profit of more than €30 million on the sale of a new landmark office building he funded a(...)

The high-profile Elm Park office and residential scheme on Dublin’s Merrion Road now sold by Nama

US investor Starwood Capital Group and Irish developer Chartered Land plan to spend €35 million on finishing out the Elm Park office and residential (...)

Longboat Quay apartment complex, Dublin.

A Commercial Court judge has added an engineer who approved work at Longboat Quay as a third party to an action taken over the apartment complex. It (...)

 More than 70 per cent (462) of the 655 houses at the Oscar Traynor site will be offered for sale, with 252 to be sold privately and the rest a mixture of private and affordable sales. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Extensive tracts of vacant State-owned land designated for housing, in some cases for decades, is finally to be developed by Dublin City Council, to p(...)

The Elm Park  portfolio was developed just before the property crash at a cost of about €550 million

US investment fund Starwood has emerged as the preferred bidder for Elm Park, the vast office and residential development on Merrion Road, Dublin 4, w(...)

Elm Park: virtually completed when the property market crashed in 2007

A combined offer from Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land and the US-based Ares Investment Funds and a rival bid from American investor Starwood have put bo(...)

Blocks three and four in Grove Court, Blanchardstown have an overall floor area of 6,335sq m

IPB Insurance has emerged as the purchaser of two modern office investments at Grove Court in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. The selling price of €13.4 mi(...)

More than 600 residents of the 298 apartments at Longboat Quay are affected by fire safety notices which empower Dublin Fire Brigade to evacuate the complex should it consider such a step necessary. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The Longboat Quay Management Company has initiated legal proceedings over liability for funding fire safety works costing of some €3.5 million at the (...)

Longboat Quay in the Dublin Docklands. Photograph: PA

Legal proceedings have been issued against the Dublin Docklands Development Authority by the management company representing residents threatened with(...)