The disconnect between the current cost of construction and the reduced purchasing power of prospective home buyers, driven by the new Central Bank lending regulations, appears to be behind the construction gridlock, according to Knight Frank.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Some 96 per cent of developers believe the new Central Bank mortgage rules will have a negative effect on residential development over the next two ye(...)

Former Esmonde Motors site in Stillorgan: it  could possibly accommodate a five- or six-storey building with at least 1,858sq m (20,000sq ft) of retail space on the ground floor and up to 80 apartments on the upper floors

A key site which was formerly occupied by Esmonde Motors in the centre of Stillorgan village in south Co Dublin is certain to attract considerable in(...)

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 (...)

From left: Daniel Shannon, Laura O’Connell, James Meagher, Adrian Trueick and Declan Reilly

Knight Frank has announced the appointment of Laura O’Connell and Daniel Shannon as directors of the firm. O’Connell handles rent reviews and arbitrat(...)

 Rogerstown Lane, Lusk: €14,500 per acre for 56 acres

Agents Knight Frank has secured strong prices for three farms in Co Meath and north Co Dublin. A top price of €27,000 an acre was obtained for two lot(...)

41-46 South Great George’s Street and 51-53 Lower Stephen Street

The new owner of a Victorian style building at the junction of South Great George’s Street and Lower Stephen Street in Dublin 2 is reported to be plan(...)

AIB on Dame Street, Dublin 2

Twelve of AIB’s best-located bank branches in Dublin are to be offered for sale in one or more lots. The bank portfolio was assembled by investor and(...)

Red-brick buildings at 41-46 South Great George’s Street and 51-53 Lower Stephen Street

One of the best-located redevelopment opportunities for a retail complex in Dublin city centre comes on the market today when a block of Victorian-st(...)

Developer and former Fianna Fáil official Jerry Beades. Photograph: Eric Luke

The question of how to deal with the new Land League, a vocal grassroots movement against bank repossessions of homes and farms that has occupied the (...)

The 0.67 of an acre site at Pirton, Sydenham Villas, is just off the Kilmacud Road

Another indication of how much the Dublin housing market has picked up comes this week with the news from Knight Frank that it is guiding €1 million f(...)