The Labour Party are to rent the top floor of the Bloodstone building on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay for €484 per square metre

The Labour Party is set to move its headquarters from a convenient but old-fashioned Georgian house on Ely Place, off St Stephen’s Green, to a stunnin(...)

U2 guitarist The Edge (David Evans) with his son, Levi

"Two summers ago, Bono spoke to me about drawings he had made of his father. He asked if they could be used to raise money for the Irish Hospice Fo(...)

The Anchorage:  overlooks the river Liffey at the junction of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street

An exceptionally well-let office building completed less than seven years ago in Dublin’s south docks is to be offered for sale on the international (...)

The heart of Dublin was so riddled by urban blight 40 years ago that one former Lord Mayor (the late Jim Mitchell, of Fine Gael) complained that it(...)

The  Bloodstone Building: rent of €511 per sq metre (€47.50 per sq ft) for a fully fitted office suite

Lambert Smith Hampton is quoting a rent of €511 per sq metre (€47.50 per sq ft) for a fully fitted office suite at the Bloodstone Building on Sir John(...)

The An Post sorting office at Cardiff Lane: has a mixed zoning which will allow for the development of 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft ) of offices and about 100 apartments

An Post is to free up a high-value 2.3-acre redevelopment site in the south Dublin docklands by relocating its sorting office from Cardiff Lane to an(...)

Ironshore Europe Ltd, which provides broker-sourced speciality property and casualty insurance, is to move to the IPUT-owned Shelbourne Buildings in B(...)

 Colm Barrington, non-executive director, Hibernia Reir, Daniel Kitchen, chairman, and Terence O’Rourke,  non-executive director

The value of Hibernia Reit’s property portfolio, which comprises mainly central Dublin office space, has jumped 10 per cent in four months, the compan(...)

The Bloodstone Building at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay

The intensification of high tech companies in Dublin’s south docklands is continuing with plans by one US firm to rent new space and another to enlarg(...)

Irish firms are too reliant on banks for finance and are slow to exploit newer products, such as crowdfunding and peer-to- peer lending, according to(...)