Hibernia Reit

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Dublin Simon Community chief executive Sam McGuinness presents the winners’ trophy to Kennedy Wilson’s crew.

More than 1,000 people took part in the recent Dragons at the Docks property industry fundraiser at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock. The dragon boat racing (...)

Gary Kennedy, co-chair of the Balance for Better Business review group: ‘The clock is ticking.’   Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

At least a dozen companies trading on the Euronext Dublin are set to fall short of a Government-backed target for there to be no all-male boards among(...)

17 Temple Gardens in Rathmines sold for €3.5 million, a 22 per cent discount on its original asking a year earlier of €4.5 million.

Latest reports have highlighted a distinct slowdown in growth in the housing sector since the start of the year. Despite a clear need for more houses (...)

Kevin Nowlan:  he knew of law, accountancy and other professional firms that were “out the door” with staff but not taking extra space because they feared a possible no-deal Brexit. Photograph: Tom Honan

Fears of a no-deal Brexit have left Irish companies unwilling to spend on new offices, according to Kevin Nowlan, chief executive of Hibernia Real Est(...)

It’s worth considering how investors typically hold property in Ireland, and how these various structures are taxed. Photograph: Getty

The UN special rapporteur on housing, Leilani Farha, sent a letter to the Government earlier this year questioning its decision to allow unregulated g(...)

Saintbury House on Saintbury Avenue, Killiney.

Property giant Hibernia Reit recently announced its results for the latest financial year, returning profits of €124 million. It was a good year too f(...)

Kevin Nowlan of Hibernia Reit wrote to local authority chief executive Daniel McLoughlin on September 27th, lobbying for the land to be rezoned. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Efforts by Hibernia Reit to lobby South Dublin County Council to rezone land it paid nearly €30 million for last year for residential development were(...)

 Hibernia chief executive Kevin Nowlan said   the company was considering selling the apartments to help fund the construction of homes and offices at Gateway, Newlands Cross. Photograph:  Tom Honan

Property investor Hibernia Reit may sell all of the more than 320 apartments it currently owns for almost €150 million to finance the building of new (...)

Bill Nowlan, founder of Hibernia Reit, with his PhD from the University of Ulster

Hibernia Reit founder Bill Nowlan has been awarded a PhD by the University of Ulster. Nowlan’s research looked at funding models for social and afford(...)

New Century House in the IFSC is rented by Bank of Ireland

The banker Credit Suisse is in a key position to purchase New Century House, a substantial office investment in Dublin’s IFSC that is rented and occu(...)

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