Nama chief executive  Brendan McDonagh was appearing before the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee  Photograph: Frank Miller /Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency now expects to make a profit of €1.75 billion by the time it winds down its activities. This is a 75 per cent inc(...)

Dundrum centre: a bid from US real estate group Hines and the Kuwait Investment Authority is vying with an offer from Allianz Real Estate and Hammerson. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The National Asset Management Agency was last night weighing bids from two groups of international investors for Project Jewel, a portfolio of loans t(...)

 Joe O’Reilly: said he understood why public might feel bitter about  bailing out developers. Photograph: Eric Luke

Property developer Joe O’Reilly expects his personal and group loans, which total more than €2 billion, will be sold by Nama for a multiple of what t(...)

Trader stalls on Moore Street:  The council has decided to go ahead with its improvement scheme. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Moore Street is to be redesigned by Dublin City Council in an attempt to “bring order” to the city’s oldest outdoor food market.The council h(...)

British soldiers inspect the interior of the GPO, viewing the complete destruction of the building after being shelled by the British during the Easter Rising 1916. Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Proposals for a “land swap” to allow the construction of a 1916 museum on Dublin’s Moore Street ahead of the Easter Rising centenary have been postpon(...)

David Drumm, former Anglo chief executive and Sean Fitzpatrick,  former chairman.

Part 1: September–December 2007 September 11th, 2007: Ardboyne HotelEarly aut(...)

A 15-year lease for the basement, ground floor and first, second and third floors of 43 Grafton Street was signed in November of last year and involves an annual rent of €305,000, to be paid quarterly. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

High-profile commercial tenants are paying more than €1 million a-year in rent for central Dublin offices, a first look at a newly-published register (...)

The former  Carlton Cinema on O'Connell Street, Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

A former county council building on Dublin’s O’Connell Street which was to be part of a massive €900 million shopping centre development by Cha(...)