Galway developer Luke Comer has purchased Courtown Demesne, a classic Georgian mansion on 400 acres of prime development land in Kildare for a sum (...)

Johnstown House Hotel & Spa, beside Enfield, Co Meath: guide price of in excess of €6.5 million

Seven hotels with an estimated value of more than €35 million are to be offered for sale just as the provincial hotel market shows signs of recovery. (...)

 A total of 397 homes were at various stages of completion in Dublin in November; of these 229 were apartments. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

Almost 400 houses and apartments were under construction in estates across Dublin city towards the end of 2014.A snapshot of residential construction(...)

Ray Grehan, who went bankrupt in the UK on December 30th, 2011, with a total deficiency of £417 million (€523 million)

Ray Grehan, one of the highest-profile developers in the boom, has agreed to a bankruptcy restriction order in the UK for seven years after failing t(...)

Beechwood Court in Stillorgan, which is one of the lots being sold by Nama, has 101 apartments and a range of commercial units and produces an annual income of around €1.5 million Beechwood Court in Stillorgan, which is one of the lots being sold by Nama, has 101 apartments and a range of commercial units and produces an annual income of around €1.5 million

In another mass sale of Dublin apartments, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to seek buyers for 588 homes in six Dublin suburbs and one i(...)

The Grange: has a 24-hour manned concierge service while the service charge in the building is less than €4 per sq ft

European Computer Driving Licence Foundation (ECDL) is to move its Dublin headquarters from Thorncastle Street in Dublin 4 to The Grange on the Stillo(...)

Ray Grehan

The luxury London apartment at the centre of a row between bankrupt property developer, Ray Grehan and the National Asset Management Agency has gone o(...)

Boomtime buy: the former UCD Veterinary College site in Ballsbridge was bought in 2005 for €171.5 million – the equivalent of €84 million an acre – but is worth just €22.5 million today

The Comer Group, the property investment business owned by Galway-born Luke and Brian Comer, has outbid up to a dozen developers to buy a 2.02-acre si(...)