Sean Quinn at his cement plant at Derrylin in 1991. Photograph: Jack McManus

The Sunday Business Post reports that former billionaire Sean Quinn has held talks with accounting firm Mazars about how to buy back his former indust(...)

The foyer of the new Titanic Hotel, Belfast. The hotel  has been designed to reflect its shipping past, as the headquarters of Harland & Wolff ship builders. Photograph: Press Eye/Darren Kidd

The Harland and Wolff headquarters in Belfast will begin a new chapter in history this weekend with the opening of Belfast’s newest luxury hotel, Tita(...)

Marina Village Apartments

With autumn upon us one of the busiest property selling seasons of the year is about to kick off. The listing below indicates there’s plenty of activi(...)

The Great Northern Retail Park in Omagh (£9.25 million) was among the notable deals in the North in the first quarter

A potential £78 million (€91m) pipeline of investment deals is on the table for Northern Ireland’s commercial property sector in the second quarter of(...)

Globoforce at Beckett Way in Park West: it will occupy 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) at a rent of €11 per sq ft

Globoforce, an Irish software firm that operates employee reward and incentive schemes for many of the world’s leading companies, is planning to move (...)

On the basis that affordability and availability of new homes are the key drivers for buyers, new policy measures to stimulate both these requirement(...)

Cúil Dúin is a development of 220 houses by Harcourt Developments. It is located within a five-minute walk of the Citywest stop on the Luas red line,(...)

Among Harcourt Developments hotels is the five-star Lough Eske Hotel in Donegal.

New York private equity firm Apollo is understood to be leading final bidders vying to buy about €650 million of loans linked to a property portfolio (...)

Some 128 acres at six sites in commuter towns close to Dublin were placed on the market in February at €44.75 million.

Ardstone Capital is believed to have been chosen as preferred bidder by Nama for development assets connected with David Daly’s Albany Group. Some 1(...)

The court was told how a culture grew in Nama whereby staff became “desensitised” to the confidential information they were dealing with. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

For the most part, former Nama employee Enda Farrell sat stony faced in the dock on Thursday as the sorry tale of his misdeeds dating from 2012 was ex(...)