The over-development of golf courses during the property boom has led to the sale and closure of many of them over the past five years because of fund(...)

PwC said it will be “business as usual” at the The Station House Hotel (pictured) and The Waterside House Hotel, both popular wedding venues. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

FIONA REDDANA receiver was today appointed to the Station House Hotel, Kilmessan, Co Meath and the Waterside House Hotel, in Donabate, Co Dublin, at t(...)

The Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16

The Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16, which was sold during the property boom in 2006 for over €8 million, has changed hands again for(...)

The five-star Westin Hotel and adjoining AIB bank branch on Dublin’s Westmoreland Street and College Green will be of interest mainly to international(...)

Abington Wood, a development of 22 apartments and a ground floor creche in Malahide, Co Dublin. A new owner should get a net return of 8.34 per cent.

With a string of successful sales over the past year of multi-family apartment developments, DTZ Sherry FitzGerald is confident of finding an e(...)

A ghost estate in Mullingar has been sold for €810,000, almost 35 per cent above the asking price. The Coill Rua site, located 3km outsid(...)

A substantial redevelopment site on Belgard Road in Tallaght, Dublin 24, bought during the property boom by a company headed by developer Berna(...)

Yet another partially-completed housing estate in Co Westmeath is about to be sold for a fraction of its original value. Wesley Rothwell(...)

tReceivers said there would be no change in status for members of the club.

Receivers appointed to Castleknock Golf Club in North Dublin have said the club will continue to trade as normal.Declan McDonald and Ken Tyrrell of Pw(...)

98-99 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Two adjoining mid-terrace period buildings on the southern side of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin, bought at exorbitant prices during the property boom (...)