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The original estate, of 272 flats built in 1954 and now demolished, had been entirely social housing. Several councillors had suggested the new housing should be kept in council ownership through the use of cost rental or affordable rental models. File photograph: Tom Honan

The redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens “will have to be abandoned” if councillors fail to approve a €7 million deal with Bartra Capital on Monday, Dub(...)

The Save Clondalkin Convent Campaign said the “multi-storey” nursing home would “completely obscure” the mid-19th century convent and “undermine the important heritage of the village”. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Residents of Clondalkin in south west Dublin are to hold a rally on Saturday afternoon to protest the construction of a nursing home on religious cong(...)

Co-living at The Oak in London: you can  pay €1,228 a month upwards for this en suite unit  with a shared kitchen.

What are you excited about? Your summer holiday? The Uefa Champions League final this weekend? Or maybe it’s the prospect of spending upwards of €1,30(...)

Citywest Block 4, which is one of 11 buildings Henley Bartra acquired as part of the deal.

Henley Bartra has paid €125 million in an off-market deal for a portfolio of office and data centre assets in Dublin and Cork. The company is a joint(...)

Beijing by night. The immigrant investor scheme is simple. Make the investment, visit Ireland once a year, and you and yours are entitled to an Irish residency permit for five years, renewable – forever.

For the newly-wealthy in China who covet western residency visas, the Republic has become a top destination. A report last summer on worldwide residen(...)

Head coach Thomas Tuchel of Borussia Dortmund stands near the team bus after it  was hit by  an explosion  in Dortmund, Germany. Photograph: Maja Hitij/Getty Images

Borussia Dortmund’s team bus was rocked by three explosions on Tuesday that caused defender Marc Bartra to need hospital treatment and forced the post(...)

 Richard Barrett: he and New York-based investment group Avenue Capital have launched a €200 million fund for commercial property. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A new Dublin-based company backed by Irish businessman Richard Barrett and New York-based investment group Avenue Capital has launched a €200 million (...)