75 Merrion Square: the refurbished building with 5,494sq ft is on the market with Murphy Mulhall for more than €2.5 million which equates to €4,898 per sq m/€455 per sq ft

The Georgian office market has bounced back strongly over the past two years and, given that the prime Dublin 2 Grade A office vacancy rate now stands(...)

Marine House at Clanwilliam Place in Dublin 2:  extends to 3,821sq m (41,132sq ft) and is occupied by tenants Crowe Horwath, WK Nowlan, Waterman Moylan and Ellucian IT. There are 91 underground car-parking spaces

Another office building is to be offered for sale at Clanwilliam Place in Dublin 2. Joint agents Murphy Mulhall and Lisney are seeking offers above €(...)

The One Building, Grand Canal Street: developer Chris Jones has added a penthouse floor to the Sam Stephenson-designed building

The recent steep rise in Dublin city centre office rents and the dramatic drop in the vacancy rate in certain central locations has lead to an increas(...)

The 0.72 hectare site at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay fronts on to the river Liffey and Samuel Beckett Bridge, and continues down along Lime Street

Further signs that most major property development will be concentrated in the south Dublin docklands comes with the announcement that a large site a(...)

The fall in the number of students graduating from property-related college courses, combined with high levels of emigration in the sector during the downturn, has combined to create “the perfect storm”

The property industry is experiencing an “acute shortage” of qualified professionals to fill vacancies created as the sector recovers, the Society of(...)

The United States’s oldest and largest private bank, Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), is to rent most of the former MOP office building on Herbert St(...)

Former Central Remedial Clinic chief executive Paul Kiely  resigned as a director of Care Trust in June last year, only to be reappointed again the following month. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

The Friends and Supporters of the Central Remedial Clinic Limited should, perhaps, have more properly been called the Friends and Supporters of those (...)

Estate agents Lisney say that though demand for investment properties in the Irish market stands at almost €10 billion this could not be satisfied as (...)

The Central Remedial Clinic’s recently resigned chief executive Brian Conlan  agreed to appear before the Public Accounts Committee which was considering compelling him to do so. Photograph: Alan Betson

A company which runs charity lottery draws and contributes millions of euro to the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) says it will now seek assurances its (...)

Public Accounts Committee hearing   of the Central Remedial Clinic. Photograph: PA

After five and a half hours of brazen denial, long-winded explanation and tortuous grand-standing, we ended up where we started out.We had no clarity (...)