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The buildings, two on Moore Street, one on Moore Lane and two on Henry Place, are scheduled for demolition to make way for the €1.25 billion Dublin Central shopping complex. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Five Moore Street buildings, believed to be associated with the 1916 Rising, have not been added to the Record of Protected Structures, despite Dublin(...)

The Square Tallaght, where a majority stake  is   for sale. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, and a fund belonging to US private equity giant Oaktree are among three shortlisted bidders in the race (...)

Dundrum Town Centre. It is currently 99%  occupied, and generates a total passing rent of about €66m   a year

Dundrum Town Centre has been valued at more than €1.5 billion by its owners, UK property group Hammerson and German insurer Allianz, as they refinance(...)

A Bank of Ireland ad has had a mystifying Twitter backlash for highlighting “Orla” and her boyfriend, who moved home to save up a deposit.

An unintentionally funny episode of the pointless drama over a Bank of Ireland blog about a house-hunting young couple arose on Pat Kenny’s Newstalk s(...)

Hammerson’s Dundrum Town Centre, which is the State’s biggest shopping mall. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dundrum shopping centre’s decision to increase car park charges helped boost income for its owners in the first half of this year. London-listed Hamm(...)

In spite of the challenging trading in the year to the end of January, Eason paid €500,000 in dividends. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish-owned books and stationery retailer Eason resumed dividend payments to shareholders last year in spite of a sharp drop in profitability and a 5(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: the report shows the shopping centre contributes €131.2 million in wages, taxes and rates here, with much of that benefit going directly to the south Dublin community. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Listed shopping centre developer Hammerson published a report this week outlining the benefits some of its businesses here, in Britain and France give(...)

The Dundrum Town Centre contributes €93 million in wages and €29 million in taxes, a total of €122 million, to the economy every year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dundrum Town Centre, the State’s biggest shopping mall, contributes more than €130 million a-year to the economy in wages, rates and taxes, according (...)

Chartered Land artist’s impression from 2008 of the redevelopment of the former Carlton Cinema site on Dublin’s  main thoroughfare, O’Connell Street

Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land has decided not to exercise its option to take a 50 per cent stake in the Dublin Central development site that is now ow(...)

JP McManus: Norway’s sovereign fund has bought a Paris building from JP McManus and John Magnier for €1 billion. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund’s €1 billion purchase of a Paris office and retail building from Irish horse-racing tycoons John Magnier and JP Mc(...)

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