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Former Ires chief David Ehrlich will retire from the board at the end of this year. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Irish Residential Properties Reit’s (Ires) founding chief executive, David Ehrlich, who stepped down from the role last year to become a non-executive(...)

Ires Reit founding chief executive David Ehrlich earned a profit of €4.2 million on the sale of 11.79 million Ires shares to Capreit.

Earlier this week, David Ehrlich, the founding chief executive of the State’s biggest landlord, earned a €4.2 million profit selling his shares in the(...)

David Ehrlich, founding chief executive of the Republic’s biggest landlord, Ires Reit, earned a €4 million profit on the sale of 11.8 million shares in the company. He stood down as chief executive  last October.

David Ehrlich, the founding chief executive of the Republic’s biggest landlord, has earned a €4 million profit on the sale of 11.8 million shares in t(...)

Clayton Hotel (formerly the Burlington): only five hotels opened in Dublin in the decade to the end of last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish banks, still chastened by the property crash, are demanding that developers of hotels in Dublin secure up to 50 per cent equity development befo(...)

An Ires property at City Square in Dublin

Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires), the State’s largest private landlord, has appointed Declan Moylan, a former managing director of law firm Ma(...)

Ires Reit had submitted an application for three 14-storey apartment blocks and several commercial units at its Rockbrook site close to the  M50

The State’s largest private landlord has been knocked back in a planning application for a major 492-apartment development in Dublin’s Sandyford. Pr(...)

David Ehrlich, chief executive of Ires Reit, says the Irish way of devising planning legislation  needs to change.  Photograph: Maxwell Photography

It’s just a brief comment, but a telling one. “Be kind,” says David Ehrlich, chief executive of Ires Reit, in parting. Yes, investors in the reside(...)

The Ires Reit portfolio stretches from Priorsgate in Tallaght where it owns 102 out of 198 apartments in the complex, to the Marker in Dublin’s docklands (above), where it owns 84 out of 105 apartments.

Irish Residential Properties Reit is to acquire 89 apartments and 145 car parking spaces at Coldcut Park in Dublin’s Clondalkin for €18.3 million. (...)

Ires Reit owns and lets 102 apartments at The Marker in Dublin’s docklands.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

With a portfolio of almost 2,300 apartments and a reach right across the city of Dublin, Ires Reit has emerged as Ireland’s largest non-Government lan(...)

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

A Canadian real estate company specialising in multi-family housing has completed the acquisition of the Rockbrook property portfolio in Dublin for €8(...)