AIB Dame Street: could easily be switched to alternative use in the unlikely event of the bank opting to close some of the branches

The recent strengthening of both the dollar and sterling against the euro has greatly enhanced the appeal of an AIB bank portfolio to international (...)

Belcamp College, part of Belcamp House, showing signs of the disrepair into which the property on the Malahide Road, Dublin, has fallen.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Belcamp House is a late 18th century Georgian County House on an elevated site in north Dublin. It was originally built for Sir Edward Newenham, a (...)

Agency experts are moving on to lucrative jobs in the quickly expanding private sector. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Hardly a week passes without yet another property advisor exiting Nama. More than 40 have already left this year, and resignations seem to be speeding(...)

There are proposals to refurbish K Club. Its value was written down by €16.2 million to €67 million in 2012.

Former developer Bernard McNamara is advising on plans to refurbish the K Club, the high end golf resort in Co Kildare owned by businessman Dr Mich(...)

Megan O’Shaughnessy (left) and Shantelle Farrell are the first and second in queue respectively to buy houses at the Millers Glen housing development, in Swords, Co. Dublin, when the properties go on sale on Saturday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

In a throwback to the crazy days of the property boom, house hunters have begun queuing overnight for a new homes scheme in Swords, Co Dublin, that wi(...)

A Dublin man was found dead in his living room having taken methadone, an inquest heard.Peter Gannon (31) was found lying on the couch by his uncle a(...)

A windsurfer taking advantage of the high winds pictured in Malahide today. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Development Securities, the British listed fund which plans to invest up to £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish property details, (...)

Dev Sec confirmed it was part of a consortium – including developer Johnny Ronan (above) – that has bought a development site on Burlington Road, in Dublin 4, for €40.5 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Development Securities plc, the British listed fund backing Johnny Ronan, plans to invest up £20 million (about €25 million) in equity into Irish pro(...)

Priory Hall appartment complex. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of Dublin’s most prominent property developers wants to change the name of a north Du(...)

Gerry Gannon:  returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in 2008.

Three of Ireland’s biggest Celtic Tiger-era property developers are returning to build new homes for the first time since the market crashed in(...)