Blanchardstown Centre: Green Property said its master plan for the area includes some 1.6 million sq ft of development capacity. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As Green Property Group prepares the €1 billion sale of the Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, attention has turned to who might be interested in p(...)

The Blanchardstown Centre counts Penneys, Dunnes and Marks & Spencer among its retail offerings. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, Ireland’s biggest retail complex, will be put up for sale next month by its owner, Green Property Group. I(...)

 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(...)

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(...)

 Glandore, west Cork

So it’s farewell for Sir Anthony O’Reilly to Shorecliffe, his six-acre estate in Glandore, west Cork, which, it has recently emerged, has been snapped(...)

Violet Garden: bought by Stephen Vernon for €1.7 million

The west Cork coastal retreat of Glandore favoured by sailing enthusiasts is seeing something of a mini-property boom after closing a couple of high-(...)

Properties acquired by Green Reit since last year include the Central Park complex in Sandyford, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Property investor Green Reit will limit itself to “opportunistic” acquisitions now it has spent the money raised from the markets since its launch (...)

Green last week announced it intended to raise a total of €399.8 million and €384.5 million net of costs through a share placing and an open offer to take advantage of investment opportunities in the Republic’s property market.

Green REIT’s management will not take part in its planned €385 million fundraising, according to formal documents published by(...)

 Danny Kitchen: “Reading the cycle, that is how you make money [in property]. You need a bit of luck with these things.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Danny Kitchen doesn’t do boring. The non-executive chairman of Hibernia REIT, which was admitted to the Irish and London Stock Exchanges on Wednesday,(...)