Hines

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An artist’s impression of Cherrywood town centre.

US investment firms Hines and King Street Capital, who acquired a 412-acre site in Cherrywood in south Dublin four years ago for €240 million, are pr(...)

Impression of the Central Plaza, formerly the Central Bank building

Real-estate companies Hines and the Peterson Group have received planning permission for the Central Plaza project in the heart of Dublin city centre.(...)

Hines outbid four overseas investment companies to secure the properties next to the Gaiety Theatre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Global property investor Hines has outbid three overseas investment companies to buy a row of shops, offices and apartments next to the Gaiety Theatre(...)

With the dire shortage of housing in the capital an almost daily staple of news reports, and the economic recovery a reality, surely 2018 will be the (...)

CGI of Cherrywood, which has been granted strategic development zoning for the planned new town.

The US-based Hines group has entered into a joint venture with Dutch pension investor APG Asset Management to develop and retain a substantial number (...)

Bishop’s Square

International property company Hines has begun work on a sizeable extension to Bishop’s Square, a large office block at the junction of Camden and Aun(...)

Cherrywood in south Dublin: The undeveloped land bank could become a brand new town centre

US property giant Hines has lodged a planning application to develop a visionary new town centre in Cherrywood in the south Dublin borough of Dún Laog(...)

The former Central Bank headquarters on Dame Street, which is set to be redeveloped by Hines and Peterson Group. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

HSBC Ireland has entered the commercial property lending market for the first time after advancing a €100 million loan for the redevelopment of the fo(...)

Central Bank building on Dame Street: was bought last January by US real estate company Hines and Hong Kong investment firm Peterson Group in a deal worth €65m. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin City Council has shelved plans to add the former Central Bank on Dame Street to the Record of Protected Structures to facilitate its new owner(...)

The €126 million forward funding by Irish Life of Grant Thornton’s new HQ at 13-18 City Quay in Dublin was the largest transaction

Turnover in the Irish commercial property investment market was down 35 per cent in the first quarter of 2017 compared with a year ago, according to f(...)

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