Dave O’Donoghue and Cormac Manning: have brought the Canadian healthy eating franchise Freshii to Ireland, which has already proven to be a hit with the financial types.

Another new store has joined Neville Isdell’s CHQ revolution, as the former Coca-Cola boss continues with his attempt to turn his docklands mall into (...)

CHQ Building in the IFSC. Photograph: David Sleator

Neville Isdell, the former Coca-Cola chief executive who owns the CHQ building in Dublin, says work will soon begin on transforming the underground va(...)

Ireland has the best tax policy for encouraging economic growth, according to a Republican senator and member of the powerful US Senate finance commit(...)

 Neville Isdell: former CEO of Coca Cola.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Neville Isdell, the Irish-born former Coca-Cola boss, could have made it as a rugby professional in South Africa in his younger days, before he plumpe(...)

Neville Isdell bought the CHQ centre for €10 million in 2013

Neville Isdell, the Co Down*-born former Coca Cola chief executive who owns the CHQ in Dublin, has assembled a high-powered advisory group, which i(...)

CHQ: Dogpatch Labs will occupy 1,254sq m (13,500sq ft) of space there that was previously a retail store. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dogpatch Labs is moving from the Warehouse building on Barrow Street to CHQ where it will occupy 1,254sq m (13,500sq ft) of space that was previously (...)

The CHQ building: rumoured to have assembled a strong bid

Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the best diaspora museum of them all? This month saw the Fáilte Ireland applications deadline for a partner to bu(...)

Neville Isdell: “I had thought about buying something in my homeland, but this wasn’t an emotional decision. Now is the right time to buy in Ireland.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Neville Isdell, the former chairman and chief executive of Coca-Cola and the owner of the CHQ building in Dublin, leans on his walking stick, looks le(...)

Irish-American businessman E Neville Isdell - new owner of CHQ

The new owner of the CHQ shopping centre in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre is to turn vacant units along George’s Dock into a culina(...)

Kennedy Wilson - AmericaLed by Bill McMorrow, Kennedy Wilson is leading the investors’ buying spree of Dublin commercial property. Its €306 million deal this week for the Opera/Castle Market Holdings portfolio includes the Bank of Ireland building on Mespil Road in Dublin 4. It also owns a stake in the bank itself. Other purchases include the State Street building in the docklands for €108 million, the Gasworks apartment complex in D4 for €84 million, and the Clancy Quay development near Phoenix Park for €40 million.

Dublin, according to Russell Jewell of AEW private equity, is at the centre of a commercial property “feeding frenzy” of international buyers. (...)