Sinn Féin deputy leader  Mary Lou McDonald. Photograph: Leah Farrell /

Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald has said she would personally contact the developer of the Longboat Quay complex if she had his number. She (...)

Longboat Quay apartment block in the Dublin docklands. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

No guarantees can be given that we won’t see a repetition of the Longboat Quay situation because the current building regulations – implemented by for(...)

The Longboat Quay apartment complex in Dublin’s docklands, built by Bernard McNamara. Residents  face a possible evacuation or a  bill of €4 million for fire safety works in the building. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

When the shiny new development went up on the banks of the Liffey a decade ago, its name seemed an appropriate nod to Dublin’s rich Viking past. But (...)

Views of Longboat Quay Apartments on Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times 1:21

More than 600 residents of a Dublin docklands apartment complex face evacuation from their homes on Thursday on the orders of Dublin Fire Brigade, if (...)

The Quartz was completed by Bernard McNamara before going into bankruptcy with debts of €2.7bn

A long-vacant office building at Elm Park on the Merrion Road in Dublin 4 has finally been let to two international companies, a global insurance b(...)

Bannon estate agents is seeking in excess of €3 million for a 1.31-acre town centre site with planning for a large retail building in Naas

Penneys has dropped plans to develop a substantial new store in the centre of Naas, and will also sell its recently vacated outlet in the Co Kildare (...)

Brent geese over Booterstown marsh. Paddy McKillen snr bought the 4.9-acre site next to the protected marsh  last autumn for about €1 million, making him the latest in a succession of owners.   Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Developer Paddy McKillen jnr is likely to press ahead with plans for a controversial site on Dublin Bay even though a proposed land swap deal, involv(...)

Rohan Holdings paid €6.5 million for the former McConnells Advertising headquarters overlooking the Grand Canal at Charlemont Place in Dublin 2 Rohan Holdings paid €6.5 million for the former McConnells Advertising headquarters overlooking the Grand Canal at Charlemont Place in Dublin 2

With relatively few office developments under way in Dublin’s central business district despite signs of a shortfall of top-quality space, Rohan Ho(...)

Developer Bernard McNamara (right):  Longboat Quay,  built by a company once owned by Mr McNamara, has  been found to have serious defects. Photograph: Frank Miller

Third parties associated with an apartment development in Dublin built by a company owned by Bernard McNamara and which has now been found to have s(...)

The Bernard McNamara apartment complex was built in the latter stages of the property boom and the company involved subsequently went into receivership. Photograph: Hooke & MacDonald

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority, which is in wind-down mode, is up before the Dáil Public Accounts Committee today, where it may or may not(...)