The former lock-keeper’s cottage: sold to unnamed financiers for €1.7 million

We thought Dublin 4 had lost the run of itself last month when 12 new luxury apartments overlooking the canal on Percy Place came to the market comman(...)

Computer generated image of the Vertium Building on Burlington Road, Dublin 4, due for completion in 2017 but now seeking tenants

The first phase of an international marketing campaign gets under way today to find tenants for a substantial new office building under construction (...)

Richard Barrett: Publicly expressed his concern over the State’s failure to provide adequate levels of social housing.  Photograph: Eric Luke Staff Photographer

Richard Barrett would appear to have discovered the property developers’ equivalent of religion. Twice in as many weeks, the former Treasury Holdings (...)

Inquiry team: chairman Ciarán Lynch (centre) with Mark McSharry TD, Senator Michael D’Arcy, Michael McGrath TD, John Paul Phelan TD, Kieran O’Donnell TD, Senator Susan O’Keeffe, Eoghan Murphy TD and Senator Sean Barrett. Photograph: Eric Luke

After 20 months of toil the Oireachtas banking inquiry published its final report this week, in three volumes. It followed public testimony from 131 (...)

Colourful and eccentric as he was, Jeremy Williams, who has died aged 72, nonetheless left a real legacy as an outstanding conservation architect, arc(...)

Former financial regulator Patrick NearyPatrick Neary arriving at the Oireachtas banking inquiry last May. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

2008 March 17th: St Paddy’s Day massacre as Anglo shares plummet 30 per cent in price. September 15th: US bank Lehman Brothers collapses. Septe(...)

Oireachtas banking inquiry chairman Ciarán Lynch (centre) with committee members on the publication of the final report at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

It started with a minority report, featuring Socialist TD Joe Higgins rather than Hollywood heart-throb Tom Cruise. And it concluded in the audio-vi(...)

The request by the tourist assistance service was made in a letter in recent months to Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and posted on Tuesday to the lobbying register. Photograph: The Irish Times

A tourism body wants the Government to provide a seven-day Dublin city centre drop-in centre for visitors who fall victim to crimes such as robbery an(...)

Johnny Ronan, one of the duo behind Treasury Holdings, exited Nama this year saying he paid off his personal loans to the agency in full.

Depending on how you look at it, 2016 marks either the tenth anniversary of the property boom’s peak, or of the point where the bubble inflated beyond(...)

The Willows in Blackrock: the United Arab Emirates bought it in 2012 for about €5 million, some 70 per cent down from its original €16.5 million asking price in 2008

Many countries with an established state presence in Ireland have for decades amassed some of the capital’s most valuable properties. Few have sold u(...)