The redeveloped site at the former Clancy Barracks is now home to 420 residential units.  Clancy Barracks: Islandbridge, Dublin 8. Sold: Over €80million Previously: €230million

A Californian-based investment group, Kennedy Wilson, is set to become the dominant landlord in the Dublin apartment letting market following its purc(...)

William Beckett House on Pembroke Row

An Israeli investor has bought an apartment development off Lower Baggot Street in Dublin city centre for €6.1 million. The 24 one and two-bedr(...)

A new mortgage from Permanent TSB offers lower variable interest rates for those with lower loan-to-value rations

Come June, there will be a curious dichotomy at play in the Irish mortgage market. Those with a standard variable rate mortgage from either AIB(...)

The offices of Danske Bank A/S are seen in Copenhagen. Photograph: Ulrik Jantzen/Bloomberg

Denmark’s Danske Bank more than doubled its exposure to Irish bonds in the first three months of this year, according to quart(...)

Danske Bank’s Irish arm reported a loss of ¤8.8 million as narrowing loan impairment charges boosted the company’s performance. Photograph: Ulrik Jantzen/Bloomberg

Pretax losses at Danske Bank’s Irish arm fell to €8.8 million in the first quarter of 2013, as impairment charges narrowed compared with(...)

LogMeIn announced in November that it would create 50 jobs in Dublin by establishing its European operations here as part of an IDA-supp(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and NTMA chief executive John Corrigan during the NTMA annual report launch at Treasury Buildings, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) issued €500 million of three-month bonds this morning, with an annualised interest rate of 0.195(...)

Many of the apartments at Clancy quay look directly across the River Liffey to the Phoenix Park

A new development of 420 apartments on the site of the former Clancy Barracks overlooking the River Liffey at Islandbridge, Du(...)

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