The number of Irish developers who got it right can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Photograph: Getty Images

There is a school of thought that the solution to Dublin’s housing “crisis” is to unleash the same bunch of property developers who made such a mess o(...)

Reduction in debt seen as a “major win for the Irish taxpayer”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Property investor Derek Quinlan has cut his debts by more than €3 billion through a series of asset sales over the past five years, the Sunday Indepen(...)

The Bank of Ireland headquarters on Baggot Street in the early 1970s: not only do all of the Scott Tallon Walker drawings still survive, but also the construction drawings by Smith & Pearson

The former Bank of Ireland headquarters on Lower Baggot Street changed hands for a king’s ransom during the boom, when it was sold to a consortium hea(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen takes aim and fires at the people he apparently most loves to hate in a ‘Vanity Fair’ interview.

Anybody considering making an enemy of Paddy McKillen might like to take a look at the August edition of Vanity Fair before they press the red button.(...)

Financier Derek Quinland came into contact with ‘plutocrats and oligarchs’ after purchasing a group of luxury London hotels, according to Vanity Fair. Photograph: Bloomberg News

Former property dealmaker Derek Quinlan, one of the most swashbuckling players of the boom-time Irish economy, has said that he doesn’t see himself ev(...)

Irish Life’s purchase of 2 Grand Canal Square will be seen as a landmark deal at a time when rents seem set to rise significantly.

Fears that the commercial property investment market is overheating have emerged following the sale of an office block in the south Dublin dockland(...)

The joint agents are quoting €26 million for a block of  shops at 18-21 Henry Street and 6-8 GPO Arcade

Some of the most interesting retail investments to come on the market in Dublin this year including a block of five shops on Henry Street, JD Sports (...)

John Mulcahy: has separately joined the private sector board of Iput, an Irish commercial real estate fund with debt-free assets of €1 billion. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells

The former head of asset management at the National Asset Management Agency, John Mulcahy, is preparing to advise billionaire Denis O’Brien on his (...)

In one of the most significant high-quality investment sales this year, three office bloc(...)

Property investor Patrick McKillen has paid £1.51 million on account and will now have 14 days to pay the outstanding £2.65 million for his failed High Court battle in London in 2012 to win control of three luxury hotels. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property investor Patrick McKillen must pay £4 million (€4.8 million) to cover financier Derek Quinlan’s costs in Mr McKillen’(...)