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(...)

Graffiti pictured along Creighton St and Windmill Lane, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority is selling control of a key building in the south docks to rock band U2 for about €450,000. The auth(...)

The Forum Building in Dublin’s IFSC is among a number of properties acquired by Hibernia Reit in recent months

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has said it intends to raise €300 million in a placing and open offer of shares to fund further commerical p(...)

The Forum building, located on  Commons Street, comprises 47,109 square feet of office accommodation over two floors above four floors of car park space.

Property investment vehicle Hibernia Reit has acquired The Forum building in Dublin’s IFSC for €37.8 million from an affiliate of Atlas Capital Group.(...)

Wyckham Point apartments in Dundrum, Dublin, where Hibernia is completing 213 units. The property investment company said this morning that its portfolio is yielding 4.1 per cent. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hibernia Reit’s property portfolio is yielding 4.1 per cent, the company said this morning, as it noted that it is seeking to raise additional debt.Ah(...)

Spain has €200 billion of assets it needs to sell.

Spain will overtake Ireland as the top location for investors interested in acquiring riskier real estate, says a report by Cushman & Wakefield(...)

The Observatory, which was built in 2006, is a six-storey, modern development that includes up to 86,213 sq ft of office space.

Property investment vehicle Hibernia Reit has paid €52.25 million to acquire the Observatory Building at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s south do(...)

The Chancery Building in Dublin 8.

Property investment company Hibernia REIT has acquired two buildings and a site near Dublin Castle for €16 million, and its fund is now 60 per cent in(...)

The site at the Red Cow roundabout: under current zoning, the permitted uses include industrial, retail warehousing, car showrooms, transport depot and petrol stations.

Hibernia REIT is to acquire the Gateway site at Newlands Cross in Dublin for €10 million. The site was formerly owned by An Post, but was(...)

WK Nowlan Property, the multi-disciplinary property asset manager, has announced the appointment of Killian O’Higgins as managing director with(...)