U&I’s annual results show the company made a profit in Ireland of £5 million  last year. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

UK property group U&I made a profit in Ireland of £5 million in the year to the end of February and has forecast a surplus for this year of £4 m(...)

Urban cool: CGI image of houses Oakmount plans to develop

The McKillen development machine rolls ever onward in the south city centre with its property arm Oakmount poised to develop another clutch of tasty t(...)

Flanagan’s furniture shop in Mount Merrion: plan to build a 42-unit apartment scheme on the site has been given the go-ahead

Mount Merrion, one of south Co Dublin’s leafier enclaves, is currently a hive of property activity. Between houses for sale and applications for amb(...)

The secret to city living is realising that, whether it’s New York, Rome, Paris or London, it’s all a question of thinking in villages – or, as town p(...)

Artists’ impressions of the latest plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Dublin City Council’s plan to create a piazza in front of Bank of Ireland on College Green – effectively blocking traffic from moving through the area(...)

Seán Quinn: “Earning €500,000 per year” in consultancy fees from the businesses he once controlled, according to a report in the ‘Sunday Business Post’. Photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

The Sunday Business Post reports that Seán Quinn, the Cavan industrialist who lost a fortune on Anglo Irish Bank shares, has been “earning €500,000 pe(...)

The so-called Rhinelander Mansion on Madison Avenue, which houses the Polo Ralph Lauren store, is reportedly to go on the market.

For such an enthusiastic investor in some of the highest-profile shopping streets in the world, Limerick man Aidan Brooks is a pretty low-key guy. He(...)

Trevor O’Shea, one of the new breed of investors at the vanguard of the bristling Dublin pub scene, was up at 5am on Wednesday sending emails to a hea(...)

In the low late January sunshine, uniform rows of bare vines roll out towards the distant Luberon mountains. By summer this landscape will be ablaze (...)

The Tea Room at the Clarence Hotel. A new ownership structure sees the hotel business split between Bono, the Edge and property investor Paddy McKillen

Property developer John Ronan plans to open a 16-bedroom guesthouse on Grafton Street in Dublin. Mr Ronan is seeking permission to revamp No 70, which(...)