Development Securities’ plans for Burlington House

Development Securities, the British listed property fund, has spent €16.1 million acquiring Donnybrook House in Dublin 4 and the Charlemont Clinic in (...)

Developer Bernard McNamara: to oversee €20 million expansion of the K Club. Photograph: Collins

Dr Michael Smurfit has applied for planning permission to expand the K Club, in a €20 million project to be overseen by Bernard McNamara, the well-(...)

Prime headline rents continued to rise in the third quarter of 2014 and are now approaching €440 per sq m (€41 per sq ft)

Lisney’s latest update on the Dublin office market reports that prime headline rents continued to rise in the third quarter of 2014 and are now approa(...)

Dollard House: the protected structure operated as a printworks from 1886 until the 1980s. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A protected structure on Dublin’s Liffey quays, which was part of plans to expand U2’s Clarence Hotel, is to become a new branch of restaurant and gr(...)

Judge Martin Nolan: he said it was “very difficult to see how these monies could ever be in the ordinary course of business since the main purpose of the share purchase was to stabilise the share price”

In the weeks and months leading up to the Anglo trial, two major concerns were aired continually . The first was that it would be imposs(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: Mr Justice Paul Gilligan yesterday ruled IBRC was not entitled to an order requiring Mr McKillen to pay its legal costs.

All the parties involved in developer Paddy McKillen’s High Court action aimed at preventing the sale of his IBRC loans to the Barclay brothers(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The chief executive of Nama has described as “unfounded” claims by one of the agency’s former portfolio managers that confidential information was pas(...)

A 15-year lease for the basement, ground floor and first, second and third floors of 43 Grafton Street was signed in November of last year and involves an annual rent of €305,000, to be paid quarterly. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

High-profile commercial tenants are paying more than €1 million a-year in rent for central Dublin offices, a first look at a newly-published register (...)