The newly refurbished redbrick Dock Mill which has been bought by Google for €13m. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Google is to embark on a further enlargement of its European headquarters at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock following its purchase of a former warehouse r(...)

The offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation: IBRC closed nine transactions with a combined face value of €18.7 billion while Nama completed 16 deals worth €10.1 billion.

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and the National Asset Management Agency were the two biggest sellers of commercial real estate in Europe last year,(...)

The Central Bank Commission reportedly prefers the option of a 15 per cent mortgage deposit, rising by one per cent each year over the next five years. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank is considering a five-year run-in for its new 20 per cent mortgage deposit rule, according to the Sunday Independent. The Central (...)

The Dorset Street site is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the planned new DIT Grangegorman campus

A UK-based student accommodation firm is to seek planning permission for a €60 million residential development at Dorset Street, Dublin 1, after buyi(...)

Prof Philip Lane of Trinity College Dublin arrving at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry at Leinster House in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Budget surpluses recorded during the boom years should have been put away for a rainy day rather than used to fund tax cuts and ramped-up spending, th(...)

Nama made a profit of €150 million on the sale of property assets to leave it with a net loss on disposals in the nine months to the end of September 2014 of €143 million.

The National Asset Management Agency made a loss of €292.9 million on the disposal of various debtor loans in the first nine months of last year, acco(...)

 Patrick Honohan, Governer of the Central Bank, who spoke at the IMF conference in  Dublin Castle on Monday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

This occasion is of course an opportunity to mark the successful conclusion of the EU-IMF Programme of assistance to Ireland. I share the assessment t(...)

Ireland’s bad bank NAMA last year moved into property development in a bid to build out its stock of undeveloped land. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

European banks have stepped up their sales of distressed real estate loans, as investors flock into the continent’s property sector.Sales of loan por(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: Victory in the Irish case would present grounds for claiming mistrial in the British case. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property developer Paddy McKillen has succeeded in joining members of the Barclay family and related parties to a High Court case that he is taking ag(...)

Sean Dunne about to enter   Federal Court   in New Haven, Connecticut, US, in  February of last year. File photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

Embattled property developer Sean Dunne and his wife are facing a fresh legal onslaught in the US as US court officials and Irish State officials have(...)