Capital Dock has been designed by Dublin architects O’Mahony Pike as one of five key dockland hubs.

Work is to proceed before the end of the year on a large office and apartment scheme in Dublin’s south docks following yesterday’s decision by Dublin (...)

One Spencer Dock: nine-storey over basement complex has floor area of 21,054sq m (226,624sq ft). Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ireland’s largest single office investment, One Spencer Dock on Dublin’s North Wall Quay, is likely to be priced at more than €240 million when it (...)

Residents at the Longboat Quay apartment complex in Dublin’s docklands, have complained of a lack of communication and clarity regarding the future of their homes. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A man renting an apartment in the Longboat Quay development in Dublin has said he dodged a bullet when his attempt to buy the property earlier this ye(...)

Nearly everyone will remember the forest of tower cranes that appeared along Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s docklands during the boom years to b(...)

Glenda Gilson with Louis Walsh at the Punchestown racing festival. The judge said she had displayed “a want of proper standards” in effectively not taking any interest in the affairs of the company of which she was a director. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The High Court has made a disqualification order under the Companies Acts against businessman Damien Gilson, and a restriction order against his siste(...)

One Kilmainham Square: €28.5 million for the five-storey block over basement car park

With Dublin office rents climbing by an average annualised rate of more than 15 per cent over the past three years because of a shortfall in supply an(...)

17-19 The Anchorage: sale of the quayside property for €26 million at a yield of just 4.3 per cent is indicative of how much prime yields have tightened

Investor spend in the Irish commercial property investment market in the second quarter of 2015 was split almost 50/50 between Dublin and the province(...)

82 North Wall Quay: purchaser can avail of fast track planning with no third party objections

A former warehouse at North Wall Quay in the Dublin docklands, likely to be redeveloped as offices for a technology company, is expected to attract co(...)

Bloodstone Building: Wonga is to assign its lease on the building on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, which will release 2,445sq m of fitted accommodation to the market in Dublin’s docklands

Many of the larger requirements for space in the Dublin office market have now been satisfied and tenant demand has weakened a little over recent mont(...)

Bloodstone Building on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: lease on office space of 2,445sq m (26,319sq ft) for reassignment.

Britain’s biggest payday lender, Wonga Group, is planning to assign its lease of high-quality office space in the south Dublin docklands following its(...)