Green Reit became the first real-estate investment trust to float on the Irish stock market in 2013, before going on to amass a €1.48bn portfolio of prime office, logistics and development assets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

UK property company Henderson Park is on track to agree to acquire Green Reit this week, hastening the stock-market exit of the first real-estate trus(...)

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(...)

 Cormac McCarthy as CEO Ulster Bank  in 2009. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

US private equity giant Oaktree is lining up Cormac McCarthy as chairman for a new Irish retail-focused real-estate investment trust (Reit) that it is(...)

Green Reit is focusing on developing its existing properties rather than buying further assets, according to chief executive Pat Dunne. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Green Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) is close to letting the top floor of its recently completed flagship office building in central Dublin. The(...)

Data leak Bank of Ireland made a notification to the Data Protection Commissioner last week after another accidental release of sensitive staff inf(...)

Arena Centre, Tallaght: a mixture of retail and offices as well as 230 apartments and a 119-bedroom hotel

Green Reit’s long term plan to offload 63 apartments at its mixed-use Arena Centre in Tallaght, Co Dublin, will finally proceed following a decision b(...)

Green Reit chairman Gary Kennedy, director Stephen Vernon and chief executive Pat Gunne. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Although a cloud of Brexit uncertainty hangs over many sectors in the State, commercial property’s prospects appear bright, for now anyway. Green Reit(...)

Green Property Reit Ventures confirmed the company was in talks with potential tenants for One Molesworth Street in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Green Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) is close to letting a number of key properties in Dublin as demand for commercial space remains strong. Sha(...)

Central Park office park in Leopardstown. Photograph: Alan Betson

Green Reit has signed an agreement with AIB to lease the entirety of its recently-completed office building at Central Park in Leopardstown, Dublin 18(...)

Gary Kennedy, chairman, and Pat Gunne, director of Green Reit. The property investor launched an initial public offering in 2013 to raise cash to buy commercial property.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Property investor Green Reit expects to see businesses moving to the Republic following Brexit to begin signing leases on premises by the end of the (...)

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