Green and  Kennedy Wilson bought Central Park in Leopardstown early last year for €310 million

Property investment group Green Reit is to acquire the 50 per cent stake in the Central Park development in Dublin that it doesn’t own in a deal value(...)

At the recent Hibernia Reit AGM: chief executive Kevin Nowlan,  chief financial officer Tom Edwards Moss and chairman Daniel Kitchen.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Despite operating the same business in more or less the same market, the stock exchange’s two main real estate investment trusts – Reit – appear to be(...)

Number 4-5 Harcourt Road, Dublin 2 where Green Reit expects to obtain a full grant of planning to demolish the existing building in the coming weeks and to construct a new building of c.45,000 square feet, commencing with demolition of the existing building early in 2016 and completing the new building in H2 2017.

Green Reit’s move into development is progressing well, the property investment company said on Monday, noting that it is now on site in four of its (...)

 Stephen Vernon  and Pat Gunn of  Green Reii. Photograph: Eric Luke

It’s hard to fault Green Reit’s timing. The company floated in mid 2013, on the verge of what promoters and industry veterans Stephen Vernon and Pat G(...)

Central Park office park in Leopardstown where Green Reit is reporting full occupancy and has construction underway on Block H. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Listed property investor Green Reit believes that there is a risk that Dublin’s office market will be oversupplied from 2018 as new developments now u(...)

Peter Fahey and Marian McQuillan of Quillsen, the new name for Gunne Estate Agents

Gunne Estate Agents is pinning its colours to the mast of market recovery by rebranding and changing its name to Quillsen. It marks the end of an era(...)

Green Reit Stephen Vernon (left) and Pat Gunne. Mr Greene said the yield premium over Dublin is attractive.

Signs suggest the rising commercial property market tide, which began lifting Dublin more than two years ago, is now starting to raise a few other boa(...)

One Albert Quay will be Cork’s largest office space when complete

Property investment group Green REIT is to acquire Cork City’s largest office block for up to €58 million.The company said it had entered into a condi(...)

Green said it has submitted planning applications for the development of 13-17 Dawson Street. It acquired the re-development opportunity last August for €23m. (Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times)

Property investment company Green Reit said on Monday that it has enjoyed a “relatively stable” start to the year, and its outlook remains positive a(...)

Six Nations rugby: More than 120 executives from the property investment and development world must guess the scores of Six Nations matches as part of the Armchair Pundit rugby score prediction game being run by the property group HWBC. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

The Armchair Pundit rugby score prediction game being run by the property group HWBC has gone down to the wire.More than 120 executives from the prope(...)