Fr Peter McVerry has  said street homelessness could be ended in weeks with the provision of Nama properties, facilities and a number of appropriately qualified staff. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The Department of Social Protection is part of the homelessness problem “when it is meant to be part of the solution”, according to Fr Peter McVerry.T(...)

Johnny Ronan: emergence with backing of an unknown partner is the latest move in comeback. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan, the former head of Treasury Holdings, has made the shortlist to buy Project Wave, a strategic 2.35 acre site in Dublin’s north dockla(...)

File photograph of pedestrians passing the boarded up 74 Grand Street in SoHo that John Dunne is seeking to develop. Photograph: Michael Nagle

The son and wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne have altered plans for a proposed development in New York, forcing their company to seek renewed (...)

Number 2 and 3 Northbrook Road in Ranelagh Dublin are currently being rented for €5,500 and €4,000 a month. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

While average house-hunters in Dublin struggle to find suitable properties to buy or rent, at the upper-end of the market properties costing more than(...)

The 270 apartments going on sale at Rockbrook are opposite the Luas station in Sandyford

A further 270 rented apartments are to be offered for sale in a single lot at a mixed use development at Sandyford in south Dublin which ran into ser(...)

The Strand Hotel, built in Limerick city in 2007 by John Lally’s Lalco Holdings on the extensive site of the former Jury’s Hotel and overlooking the river Shannon

One of the finest hotels in Ireland’s mid-west region, the seven-year-old Strand Hotel in Limerick, is for sale on the international market. Tom Bar(...)

Aghadoe Heights Hotel and Spa: according to  hotels.com, charges there rose by 5 per cent in the first half of 2013

The property developer Jerry O’Reilly has sold the Aghadoe Heights Hotel and Spa in Killarney, Co Kerry, to a fund controlled by the rapidly expanding(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly  at a meeting of the parliamentary Labour Party  at White’s hotel, Wexford, yesterday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The National Asset Management Agency is to provide the upfront funding for social housing under proposals being considered by the Government as one o(...)

Liam Carroll: the apartments at Camac Court were originally developed by his Danninger Group

Apartments in a former ghost estate in Inchicore, Dublin, will provide homes for 20 families on Dublin City Council’s housing waiting list within w(...)

Art at work: Heather Humphreys in her office with a painting by Steven Mannion Farrell. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Since the surprise appointment of Heather Humphreys as Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht in July’s Cabinet reshuffle, art-world luminar(...)