Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at the Point Village development in Dublin’s docklands, it has been claimed at the Commercial Court.

Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at (...)

Five  shops with offices at 14-22 Main Street, Blackrock, Co Dublin, for €3.9 million – €400,000 above the guide price

A private investor has bought five adjoining shops with offices at 14-22 Main Street in Blackrock, Co Dublin, for €3.9 million – €400,000 above the gu(...)

Landmark building on the corner of O’Connell Street and Bachelors Walk: outdoor neon advertising to the front of pulls in income of €50,000 every year

A landmark building on the corner of O’Connell Street and Bachelors Walk in Dublin 1 which stills bears the scars of the 1916 Rising has come on the m(...)

Developer  Seamus Ross, a director of Andiamo Properties. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The High Court has refused to impose restriction orders on two directors – including developer Seamus Ross – of a firm involved in the acquisition of (...)

The leisure centre of the McWilliam Park Hotel: the hotel was built in 2006 with backing of high-profile property developers

Bubble-era property developers such as Seamus Ross of Menolly Homes and Garrett Kelleher of Shelbourne Developments are backing a high-profile hotel (...)

14-22 Main Street, Blackrock, Co Dublin: tenants include Boylesports, Supermac’s, Eddie Rocket’s, Kerins pharmacy, Tony & Guy, Walter Odlum Solicitors and Clara Hand & Foot Spa. The portfolio also includes an apartment at 20 Idrone Mews

The demand for retail investments priced at up to €5 million should ensure an early sale of five adjoining shops with offices at 14-22 Main Street in (...)

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 (...)