The Iveagh Building, near The Park in Carrickmines, Dublin.

The new commercial property season gets under way today with the planned sale of a successful retail and office block at The Park in Carrickmines, Dub(...)

Milltown House at Mount Saint Anne’s: an  Irish investor has completed its  purchase for €2.2 million

Two period buildings, expensively refurbished and converted into offices at Mount Saint Anne’s in Milltown, Dublin 6, have been sold to investors who(...)

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(...)

€3.4 million for the chapel building

Two period buildings, tastefully refurbished and converted into office use in the early 2000s at Mount Saint Anne’s in Milltown, Dublin 6, are to be (...)

106/107 Patrick Street: adjoins Savoy centre

One of the finest retail buildings on Cork’s Patrick Street, Quills fashion store at numbers 106/107, is to be offered for sale on the instructions of(...)

Housing scheme in Carrickmines, Co Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Mention of ghost housing estates immediately brings to mind some of the ghastly half -built developments in the midlands which folded when the (...)

The prestigious Caribbean 600 yacht race starts on Monday, but there is no place in the line-up this year for Michael Cotter of Park Developmen(...)

The Green Hen has been sold to a private investor

A private investor has paid €927,000 for a prime Dublin premises on Exchequer Street that shows a net initial return of 6.6 per cent. Natalie Brenn(...)

117 and 118 Grafton St: may be amalgamated

A private investor has agreed to pay €3.6 million for two adjoining retail buildings near the bottom of Dublin’s Grafton Street.Natalie Brennan of CBR(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: said he was satisfied to appoint as official liquidator Tom Kavanagh, of Kavanagh Fennell, the nominee of Webprint Concepts Ltd, owed some €2.3m by TCP, which has sued TCP and others over the loss of its printing contract for TCH titles.

The High Court has made orders winding up Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd but refused to accept the company’s nominee as official liquidator and has appoi(...)