A site of almost 75 acres at the back of Dublin Airport, which has been zoned for a logistics park, is expected to sell for around €100,000 per acre w(...)

Battersea power station: came to Nama  via Treasury Holdings

The National Asset Management Agency has been criticised in the past for selling out the London market too quickly. Attention has focused on two devel(...)

The Spawell   leisure and sporting facility in Templeogue, Dublin 6W, about 98km from Dublin city centre

The Spawell Complex, a long-established leisure and sporting facility in Templeogue, Dublin 6W, is to be offered for sale at €6.5 million on the inst(...)

Marathon Asset Management’s Bruce Richards says his firm is ramping up investment in Europe on bets that central-bank easing, a depreciating euro and (...)

An AIB spokeswoman said “in all cases the bank seeks a non-legal resolution and implementation of a consensual debt restructuring with borrowers”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB, the State-owned bank, is twice as likely as its main rival, Bank of Ireland, to pursue its customers through the courts over unpaid debts, accord(...)

The ESRI  estimates that the Republic needs to build between 19,000 and 33,000 new houses a year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Republic’s housing crisis may be worse than is believed because the Government is overestimating the number of new homes being built, a new report(...)

Official estimates exaggerated the number of new homes built in the Republic last year by more than 2,000, a new report claims.

Official estimates exaggerated the number of new homes built in the Republic last year by more than 2,000, a new report claims.A five-year slump in co(...)

The 0.72 hectare site at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay fronts on to the river Liffey and Samuel Beckett Bridge, and continues down along Lime Street

Further signs that most major property development will be concentrated in the south Dublin docklands comes with the announcement that a large site a(...)

Rowing for cystic fibrosis around Ireland: Organiser Ger Crowley with Sean Quinn (boat to right); middle boat, John Hearns and Jamie Tevlin with Joey the dog; and Tom O Toole with Gillian Mangan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

This summer a group of rowers and a dog will navigate a handmade wooden rowboat around the coast of Ireland to raise money for charity.The project is (...)

Kennedy Wilson and Nama  to develop Capital Dock - 313,000 sq feet of office space and 204 apartments in Dublin’s south docklands.

Property company Kennedy Wilson has entered a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to develop 313,000 square feet of office (...)