Well known: the Clarendon Inn

Brothers James and Edward Dunne, owners of the Carrig Brewing Company in Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim, have outbid 14 others to buy the well- known Clarendo(...)

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 (...)

The Bridge Mills in Galway city centre:  rent roll  can be increased by new owners

Allsops is guiding €1.3 million for The Bridge Mills, a mixed office and retail investment in Galway city centre. It is to be sold on the instructions(...)

83-87 Main Street, Ranelagh: produces a rent roll of €163,500

A mixed-use investment housing well-known restaurant Cinnamon on Main Street in Ranelagh, Dublin 6, is guiding more than €3 million through agent DTZ (...)

The Clarendon Inn  was bought in 1992 for €1.2 million by Christian and Simon Stokes who went on to redevelop it

A bar off Dublin’s Grafton Street redeveloped at considerable expense during the property boom to attract a youthful clientele has been sold by a rece(...)

The company has 23 depots located across the country and it makes over 2,000 deliveries  to retail partners every day

One of Ireland’s largest bakeries, Irish Pride, has gone into receivership. Declan Taite and Pearse Farrell of Duff & Phelps have been appointed a(...)

Clarendon Inn at Clarendon Street: to be sold on the instructions of receiver Declan Taite of Duff & Phelps.

Another Dublin city bar bought at the peak of the property boom for €7 million is back on the market at more than €1.6 million. John Ryan of CBRE is s(...)

Seán Quinn and members of his family could yet appeal the decision to the Supreme Court on a point of exceptional public importance. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Businessman Seán Quinn and members of his family have lost an appeal concerning disclosure of thousands of documents for a case brought against them b(...)

 Accountant Alan Hynes arriving at a hearing of the Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board. Photograph: Eric Luke

When Alan Hynes’s Tuskar Asset Management collapsed in the crash, investors lost about €18 million. But if they took a bath, at least Hynes still has (...)

Christmas drinks: Seán Quinn, who emerged from bankruptcy in January, is back using his old Quinn Group office in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh. Photograph: Lorraine Teevan

The Department of Finance is aware that the special liquidators appointed to the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) are discussing the possibili(...)