The 57 apartments in question are situated in Dublin’s Docklands

Mary Carolan A judge will rule later on an application by a receiver for injunctions restraining interference with his bid to take possession of 57 (...)

Developer Hugh McGinley says he and his son Daniel have devoted most of the last eight years to enhancing the value of the apartments in Dublin’s docklands.

A developer is resisting a bid by a receiver, appointed by a fund that bought loans of himself and his company from Nama, for injunctions restraini(...)

13 Pembroke Row: three-storey modern office block with 843sq m (9,074sq ft) of space and 10 car-parking spaces

An office block with medium-term development potential adjoining LinkedIn’s planned new headquarters just off Baggot Street in Dublin 2 is fresh to th(...)

The sudden closure of the store on Thursday night in the midst of an access dispute with Paul McCann and Stephen Tennant of Grant Thornton, the AIB-appointed receivers to the centre, leaves 100 staff in limbo. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The decision by Dunnes Stores to shutter its store in Gorey Shopping Centre is typical of the brinkmanship that is a hallmark tactic of the country’s (...)

Three shops and a site beside Quinns bar at Lower Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9

Three shops and a site beside Quinns bar at Lower Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9, go on the market today through Turley Property Advisers at a guide price (...)

MacDonagh Junction, Kilkenny – around €17 million for a  50 per cent stake in the core arcade as well as full ownership of a number of other shops and offices on site

Six provincial shopping centres, valued before the property crash at €400 to €450 million are to be offered for sale in one lot at over €115 million.(...)

The key development site off Main Street in Swords, north Dublin

A key development site off Main Street in Swords, north Dublin, comes on the market today with full planning permission for a mixed-use development, (...)

Cherrywood Business Park: set to become, with adjoining lands, a focal point for commercial and residential developments over the next decade with an estimated end value of more than €2.5 billion. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two American funds, Hines and King Street Capital, are due to complete contracts within days to acquire the largest and most valuable development s(...)

Cherrywood Business Park and development lands in south Dublin: under the SDZ master plan, there is scope to build 3,836 residential units along with 484,474sq m (5,214,781sq ft) of commercial buildings, including 37,800sq m (406,871sq ft) of retail space

The prospects of developing a substantial new economic and residential hub in south Dublin will move a stage further with the forthcoming sale of Che(...)

The National Asset Management Agency has confirmed the scale and identity of its first shopping cen(...)