Accounts for the seven universities represented by the Irish Universities Association show they earn about €70 million a year renting out rooms to students. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Third-level colleges have emptied for the summer but their managements are already grappling with how they will conduct a new academic year in the sha(...)

Prior to the crisis, some 3,300 hotel rooms were expected to complete construction by the end of 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson

A boom in hotel construction in the Republic has been brought to a shuddering halt by the Covid-19 crisis, property group Cushman & Wakefield has (...)

Dalata’s hotels have seen a slump in revenue as a result of coronavirus-related restrictions.

Breakfasts in a bag and disposable menus could greet guests in Ireland’s biggest hotel chain if it re-opens to the public with Covid-19 restrictions s(...)

Google acquired the Treasury building in the first quarter of this year. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The commercial property market in Dublin posted a strong start to 2020 with investment reaching €525 million before the Covid-19 crisis hit the State,(...)

A view of a quiet Grafton Street in Dublin amid the Covid-19 lockdown. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Covid-19 crisis has caused massive disruption in many industries, but particularly hard hit are the hospitality and retail sectors, both of which (...)

Hines paid €105m in 2019 for the GAA’s Drumcondra portfolio, comprising 19 acres of lands at the former Holy Cross seminary.

Some €1.2 billion worth of development land was sold across the greater Dublin area and the regional centres of Cork, Limerick and Galway in 2019. T(...)

Grafton Street in December: the latest data show once Christmas finished, footfall  fell off a cliff. Photograph: Tom Honan

Grafton Street in central Dublin may be the country’s prime retail zone and the 13th most expensive shopping street in the world. But it isn’t the Yel(...)

There was €4.57 billion in direct investment sales in the Irish market in 2019, up from €3.24 billion. Photograph: iStock

The Irish commercial property market enjoyed a “buoyant” 2019, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield that gives an upbeat outlook to (...)

Grafton Street was named the 13th most expensive shopping street in the world by property agency Cushman & Wakefield, and the seventh most expensive in Europe, with rents averaging €3,794 per sq m per year

Danish-Irish shoe retailer Ecco Ireland will next week shut its store on Dublin’s prime shopping zone, Grafton Street, because it says it would be una(...)

An aerial view of the Tesco distribution centre in Donabate, Co Dublin

Ireland’s largest building, the Tesco distribution centre in Donabate, Co Dublin, has been sold to a South Korean investor for about €160 million. Th(...)

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