Property investment company, Iris Reit, generated a pre-tax profit of €30.8 million last year, up from €7.9 million in 2014, on the back of strong re(...)

IFSC: Mr Kavanagh joined forces with McInerney Properties and British Land in the late 1980s to build the first phase of the IFSC. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Real estate investment trust, Hibernia Reit, has completed the €60 million purchase of two office buildings from a property group controlled by Mark K(...)

At the recent Hibernia Reit AGM: chief executive Kevin Nowlan,  chief financial officer Tom Edwards Moss and chairman Daniel Kitchen.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Despite operating the same business in more or less the same market, the stock exchange’s two main real estate investment trusts – Reit – appear to be(...)

Chief executive Kevin Nowlan said the company was likely to use the money to buy further offices and sites in Dublin’s central business district.

Hibernia Real Estate Investment Trust is likely to use the €400 million it is borrowing from three banks to add to its stock of central Dublin offi(...)

Hibernia reported good progress on a number of developments it is working on including the refurbishment of Cumberland House, which is to be let to Twitter

First-half pretax profits more than doubled at Hibernia Reit, the property investment group said on Thursday as it announced the signing of a new €400(...)

One Dockland Central is currently being refurbished to Grade A standard and the works are expected to complete in early 2016.

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has pre-let 27,500 sq. ft. of office space in Commerzbank House in the IFSC to HubSpot Ireland Limited. The(...)

The Windmill Lane site, which was once home to a recording studio used by U2, the Rolling Stones, Tom Jones and Van Morriso. Photo: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Property investor Hibernia Reit is to develop more than 120,000 sq ft of office space at Windmill Lane in Dublin’s south docks, as part of a joint ven(...)

Hibernia acquired Cumberland House, a prominent seven storey office building with redevelopment potential in March

Property company Hibernia REIT has said it is seeing a high number of investment opportunities and expects to make further acquisitions in the coming (...)

Kevin Nowlan: “It’s safe to say that a large cushion was needed on my office chair the following Monday [after the cycle].”

As the Tour de France winds its way through northwestern France today, Kevin Nowlan, the chief executive of Hibernia REIT, will be watching from afar,(...)

In March Hibernia acquired Cumberland House,  a prominent seven storey office building with redevelopment potential.

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has acquired two properties in Dublin’s south docks for €4.5m, bringing its total investment up to €523m.Th(...)