Detail of a photograph by Paul Scannell of McCarthy, an abandoned mining  town in Alaska

Hiking in eastern Alaska some time ago, Dublin photographer Paul Scannell chanced upon a small town called McCarthy, where he was so charmed by the am(...)

JLL estimates that there is some 706,060sq m (7.6 million sq ft) of office space either under construction or with full planning permission in Dublin

Brexit and its implications for the Irish commercial and residential markets is very much the talk of the town in property circles. This is because m(...)

New completions of office space in 2016 will come in at just 8,100sq m, while 330,000sq m of new office space is currently under construction in Dublin’s central business district

Take-up of space in the Dublin office market for the first half of this year came in at around 100,000sq m – similar to the same period in 2015 – unde(...)

The three adjoining industrial units have an overall floor area of 2,236sq m (24,073sq ft)

Paul Scannell of agents HWBC is guiding in excess of €1.2 million for three adjoining industrial units with an overall floor area of 2,236sq m (24,073(...)

Architect’s impression of new Sharp Building on  Hogan Place, Dublin 2

Another Dublin city centre office block is to be demolished and replaced by a new-generation building designed to have a particular appeal as a top-of(...)

Merrion Hall: achieving rents of around €200 per sq m

OSG Outsourcing Group, a specialist outsourcing firm providing services to the insurance, banking and public sectors, is expanding its operation at Me(...)

1-2 Upper Hatch Street in Dublin 2:  Deloitte will be paying a rent of around €463 per sq m (€432 per sq ft) for 370sq m (3,982sq ft)

Business giant Deloitte has further expanded its operation at 1-2 Upper Hatch Street in Dublin 2 by taking a new ten-year lease of the office accommod(...)

The largest office letting deal in Dublin lastyear was Facebook’s occupation of 11,300sq m on Grand Canal Square. Photograph: Alan Betson

Rents for prime Dublin office space will rise 10 per cent this year, after a 15 per cent climb in 2013, HWBC has forecast. The(...)