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(...)

 Construction  on Dublin’s northside docklands. Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

Planning permission has been sought for the first phase of one of the largest developments planned for Dublin’s docklands under Dublin City Council’(...)

Joint agents McNally Handy and Hooke & MacDonald are quoting €1.75 million for three three-bed semis on South Lotts Road, while sole agent McNally Handy is quoting €1 million for a site to the rear and side of the houses.

What could make an interesting medium- to long-term redevelopment site not far from Google’s headquarters in Dublin 4 is fresh to the market this week(...)

The 20 acres zoned for a range of town centre facilities next to The Mill shopping centre in Clondalkin, Co Dublin

A site of over 20 acres zoned for a range of town-centre facilities next to The Mill shopping centre in Clondalkin, Co Dublin, will test the strengt(...)

George’s Court in Smithfield is 65 per cent occupied and tenants include the Office of Public Works and the Law Society of Ireland

A Norwegian investor has paid €28.65 million for an office investment in Smithfield, Dublin 7, which was developed by Liam Carroll’s Zoe Developments (...)

Michael McElligott photographed at Guild House, IFSC Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Like many senior executives, Michael McElligott strives for the perfect work-life balance, and it has taken him out of his comfort zone recently.“I’ve(...)

39 Greygates, Mount Merrion, Co Dublin: €885,000,  Savills

When the Celtic Tiger ground to a halt, family homes in Dublin’s most expensive areas experienced astronomical price drops. Since then, prices (...)

The newly refurbished redbrick Dock Mill which has been bought by Google for €13m. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Google is to embark on a further enlargement of its European headquarters at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock following its purchase of a former warehouse r(...)

Cherrywood Business Park: set to become, with adjoining lands, a focal point for commercial and residential developments over the next decade with an estimated end value of more than €2.5 billion. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two American funds, Hines and King Street Capital, are due to complete contracts within days to acquire the largest and most valuable development s(...)

Dermot Desmond: decision to invest in housing will be closely watched

Billionaire financier Dermot Desmond has set up a new business with up to €200 million to spend on building residential houses in Ireland. The busines(...)