Chartered Land

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Ashton House: The Italianate-style mansion was built in the 1880s and later remodelled in a Palladian style.

A classical period house on almost 28 acres opposite Ashtown railway station in west Dublin, sold shortly before the property crash for €26 million, h(...)

The New Ireland HQ on Dawson Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Four property developers have survived the first round of bidding for the headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dawson Street, in Dublin city centr(...)

CGI of planned 211-bedroom hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

Leading Dublin property developer Chartered Land is to consider either a forward funding arrangement or a leasing deal for a planned 211-bedroom hotel(...)

Minister for Heritage Heather Humphreys has defended the company managing the 1916 site at Moore Street. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Minister for Heritage Heather Humphreys has defended the company managing the 1916 site at Moore Street, after Sinn Féin questioned links between the (...)

Dundrum Town Centre (above) is included in the assets as is a share in the Ilac and Pavilions shopping centres and a  five-acre site on O’Connell Street. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / The Irish Times

Some 9½ months after announcing the purchase of the Project Jewel loans from Nama in partnership with Allianz, UK property group Hammerson has finally(...)

The Elm Park development was the largest property undertaking by developer Bernard McNamara, who, in conjunction with Jerry O’Reilly and the late Dav(...)

Moore Street, Dublin: various buildings on the street are the subject of a High Court action taken on behalf of the 1916 Relatives Association. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin City Council is to engage consultants to assess if five more Moore Street buildings, believed to be associated with the 1916 Rising, should be (...)

The high-profile Elm Park office and residential scheme on Dublin’s Merrion Road now sold by Nama

US investor Starwood Capital Group and Irish developer Chartered Land plan to spend €35 million on finishing out the Elm Park office and residential (...)

The loans were connected with Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land and included  Dundrum Town Centre and other  shopping centres. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / The Irish Times

UK listed property company Hammerson said yesterday it had completed the acquisition of Project Jewel, a portfolio of loans that was held by the Natio(...)

Publicity-shy Joe O’Reilly was the developer behind the Dundrum Town Centre, for which he is best known. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Phtotocall Ireland

Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land is heading the consortium selected as the preferred bidder for Project Trinity, the prime property site in Ballsbridge. (...)

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