Herbert House is on the doorstep of the Silicon Docks district, and within walking distance of Lower Mount Street and Merrion Square

A partially-let office investment in Dublin 2 is for sale at over €4.25 million – or its vacant space is available to let at €350 per sq m (€32.50 per(...)

BNP Paribas Real Estate are guiding €2.5 million for a Dublin investment portfolio that includes ten multi-family residential units and 615sq m (6,619(...)

Staff marking the 190th anniversary of the Shelbourne Hotel in April of this year.

The Shelbourne Hotel has been acquired by US property investment group Kennedy Wilson, which is planning to invest millions of euro into the business (...)

 Pearse Hotel: will be   first buy by hotel operator Dalata since  listing  on the Dublin and London stock exchanges

The Irish hotel operator Dalata is about to buy its first hotel – the Pearse Hotel on Pearse Street in Dublin 2 – since raising €265 million from list(...)

Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett: their Treasury Holdings, the parent of the Spencer Dock firm, was wound up in October 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Professional and receivers’ fees from the receivership of Treasury Holdings’s main Spencer Dock firm have totalled €1.59 million to date, according(...)

The Metro Hotel at Santry Cross, Ballymun, Dublin: close to the M1 and M50 motorways, Dublin Airport and Dublin City University

Commercial Property Editor Another profitable Dublin hotel goes on the market today at (...)

The Pearse Hotel on Pearse Street in Dublin 2: The 101-bedroom hotel has a bar and restaurant, five meeting rooms, a private gym and 20 parking spaces.

The profitable Pearse Hotel on Pearse Street in Dublin 2 is to be offered for sale at about €9 million. Dermot Curtin of CBRE (...)

Finance Minister Michael Noonan gave figures last week for Nama’s current spending on lawyers. Photograph: PA

In 1965, having returned from the second Vatican council, the ultra-conservative archbishop of Dublin, John Charles McQuaid, reassured his flock that (...)

Doonbeg Golf Course, Co Clare: decision to call in receivers is associated with debts secured on properties on the site.

Receivers appointed yesterday to the Lodge at Doonbeg and the Doonbeg Golf Club in Co Clare are hoping for an early sale.Luke Charleton and David Hugh(...)

Protesters outside Newbridge Credit Union  following the announcment that it was to be taken over by Permanent TSB in November. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

Documents released yesterday by the Central Bank in relation to Newbridge Credit Union show that the regulator was concerned in 2012 about a “run” on (...)