The Clarendon Inn  was bought in 1992 for €1.2 million by Christian and Simon Stokes who went on to redevelop it

A bar off Dublin’s Grafton Street redeveloped at considerable expense during the property boom to attract a youthful clientele has been sold by a rece(...)

Clarendon Inn at Clarendon Street: to be sold on the instructions of receiver Declan Taite of Duff & Phelps.

Another Dublin city bar bought at the peak of the property boom for €7 million is back on the market at more than €1.6 million. John Ryan of CBRE is s(...)

Investors have bought the Unicorn Restaurant and a piano bar to its rear, and two retail premises nearby fronting Merrion Row. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A business consortium is planning to develop a mixture of shops, restaurants and apartments on a key Dublin city centre site which will include the tr(...)

The rebound in Irish property will moderate substantially this year as tighter lending rules exert a downward pressure on prices, a report by the Soci(...)

Whoever buys the Unicorn  restaurant (above) is also likely to pitch for the adjoining premises fronting on to Merrion Row, which is let to the UK-based Nationwide Building Society at a rent of €58,000 per annum.

The troubled Unicorn Restaurant at Merrion Row in Dublin 2 and three other city buildings held by Jeffrey Stokes and his wife Pia Bang Stokes are to (...)

There will be demand for at least 35,000 homes over the period 2014-2018, while planning permission has been granted for just 26,000, according to a new report by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council  are the areas with largest shortfall, it adds. Photograph: Frank Miller

There are 2,233 hectares of land zoned and available for the development of up to 100,000 homes in the four main local authority areas of Dublin, a(...)

A survey from the Society of Chartered Surveyors predicts that average national house prices will be higher in 12 months time, with one in four saying they will be 10 per cent higher in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

Cash buyers accounted for little more than one in three purchases in the property market in the second quarter of 2014, down from 50 per cent the prev(...)

 Simon and Christian Stokes, The Commercial Court was told by Simon Stokes that his brother Christian is also prepared to consent to the judgment.

Businessman Jeffrey Stokes, and his wife and son Simon have consented to €14.7 million summary judgment orders being entered against them arising from(...)

Simon Stokes, pictured leaving the Four Courts on Monday after a High Court action. Photograph: Collins

Businessman Jeffrey Stokes, his wife and two sons are being pursued at the Commercial Court for €14.7million summary judgment orders arising from vari(...)

The better insulated the attic space is at ceiling level, then the colder the attic will be and thus the risk of condensation occurring will be higher

Q I’ve noticed that the rafters in my attic are extremely wet. I’ve checked that there is adequate ventilation coming into the attic. What else could (...)