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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(...)

The 205-bed purpose-built student accommodation,  on the grounds of the former Montrose hotel, was put up for sale last year with a guide price of €41.5 million

The US-based global property developer Hines has bought the Montrose Student Residence beside University College Dublin for €37.6 million. The 205-be(...)

The newly completed Western End extension to the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre which is now fully operational

Germany’s largest public pensions group, Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK), has completed its acquisition of Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and seven(...)

Map of the €280m site at Cherrywood acquired by Hines in November 2014

Listed-Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has reached an agreement with the US property investment firm Hines to purchase two lots in Cherrywood, Dublin f(...)

The Blanchardstown Centre counts Penneys, Dunnes and Marks & Spencer among its retail offerings. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, Ireland’s biggest retail complex, will be put up for sale next month by its owner, Green Property Group. I(...)

 Cherrywood Business Park: acquired by US property firm Hines and King Street Capital

The US pharmaceutical company Abbott and the management specialists Milner Browne are to rent more than 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) of office space at C(...)

The developer will put in place infrastructure ahead of plans for an initial 1,400 apartments next year

Planning permission will be sought this week for the first stage of a €2 billion town centre development at Cherrywood in south Dublin that w(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

Winning number: Prime zone A rents in Dundrum  Town Centre are now about €4,000 per sq m, which is almost double those in some other suburban  centres. photograph: matt kavanagh

Investor appetite for Irish retail assets is on the increase, according to a new report from agent CBRE. It claims that 54 per cent of investor spend (...)

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