The Drumroe Village  student accommodation at University of  Limerick. A Higher Education Authority report says third level institutions plan to spend €1.2 billion by 2024 on new bed spaces but a shortage of 25,000 beds will remain. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) should be approached to help identify suitable properties that can be developed for student accommodation,(...)

Nassau House has a floor area of about 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft), of which a third is divided between nine street-level shops, including Spar, Insomnia, Tiger, House of Ireland and Lemon Crepe. Photograph: Eric Luke

A key retail enclave in Dublin’s south inner city looks set to be targeted for redevelopment following its sale to a European real-estate investment (...)

Eden Plaza is to include a ‘pocket park’ at the centre of the site, where it can be overlooked by all the buildings.

Sandyford looks set to re- emerge as one of the prime locations for offices in the Dublin suburbs. The Irish-owned investment company Ardstone Capital(...)

A prominent Northern Ireland businessman, Gareth Graham, who is currently engaged in a legal battle with the American investment fund that acquired Nama’s former portfolio in the North, is to give evidence to the Stormont inquiry investigating the sale.

A prominent Northern Ireland businessman, Gareth Graham, who is currently engaged in a legal battle with the American investment fund that acquired Na(...)

Policy analyst Michelle Murphy with SJI director Seán Healy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Too much attention is being focused on the economy and not enough on providing decent public services, Social Justice Ireland (SJI) has claimed. The (...)

Mick Wallace: Not “rational” or in the interest of the taxpayer to sell the assets off in one go. Photograph: The Irish Times

An independent investigation into the sale of a multibillion-euro National Asset Management Agency portfolio, named Project Arrow, has been called for(...)

Shortly after a 2009 row over a €1m bonus, INBS confirmed it had put in place a €27.6m pension fund for Michael Fingleton, which he managed and had been transferred out of the financial institution in January 2007. Photograph: The Irish Times

Michael Fingleton, or “Fingers” as he was often known, was one of the best-known chief executives in Irish business for almost four decades. He ran Ir(...)

Nama and all private firms involved in the Northern Ireland assets sale have denied wrongdoing. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

The £7 million (€9.6m) sum that has attracted considerable controversy in the Stormont inquiry into the sale of Nama’s assets in the North should be r(...)

Home building group Cairn Homes said on Thursday it is considering acquiring 11 sites valued at €120m with a potential to build about 1,600 residential units. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Home building group Cairn Homes said on Thursday it is considering acquiring 11 sites valued at €120m with a potential to build about 1,600 residentia(...)

Property developer Gerry Gannon.

Trips to the 2008 Ryder Cup in Kentucky, hospitality at the Monaco Grand Prix, and skiing holidays were just some of the perks lavished by Irish banks(...)