Phibsborough has seen substantial rises in property prices since the Luas opened there a year ago. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Property values along the new Luas Cross City line in Dublin increased by as much as 8 per cent in the immediate aftermath of the infrastructure’s rol(...)

Smithfield Lofts in Dublin 7 is a five-storey, over-basement building containing 57 apartments, six two-storey townhouses and commercial units.

A mixed-use investment in Dublin 7 which attracted seven bidders has sold to US firm LRC for more than €10 million through Savills. The sale price fo(...)

'The pity is that most of the dockland buildings will be offices rather than apartments.'

KEITH LOWE Chief executive, DNG Property prices in the capital have risen 11 per cent in the past 12 months, and while a number of comment(...)

Shelbourne Plaza in the Silicon Docks, Dublin. The selling price could end up close to €22m or €23m after strong bidding from international parties.

Two well-located Dublin apartment developments recently offered for sale have met with different responses from the investment market following the in(...)

St Edmund’s:  56  apartments were built by Ray Grehan’s Glenkerrin Homes before the crash. The rest were completed  in 2015 under  receivers Michael McAteer and Paul McCann of Grant Thornton

Carysfort Castle, an Irish property investment company headed by Michael Looney, has outbid several overseas companies to buy an investment portfolio (...)

The apartments and townhouses in Smithfield Lofts are located in an L-shaped block around a central courtyard and have lift services to all floors.

One of the last multi-family apartment schemes completed by Liam Carroll’s Danninger Developments before the property crash is to be offered for sale (...)

Publication of the new survey coincides with the passing of the deadline of submissions to the Central Bank for a review of the much-criticised restrictions. Photograph: Frank Miller

More than two-thirds of people looking to take out a mortgage have put dreams of buying a home “on the long finger” because of stricter lending rules (...)

The premises at the junction of High and Thomas streets

Hooke & McDonald is quoting €450,000 for a fine retail premises rented by the noted paint company Farrow & Ball adjacent to Christchurch Cathe(...)

The Maltings on Watling Street, off Thomas Street in Dublin 8.

A total of 98 apartments in four developments in Dublin city are to be offered for sale at a knockdown price. Agent Hooke & MacDonald is expecting(...)

A third generation of the Cosgrave family has entered the Irish construction world. Mark and Andrew, sons of Peter and grandsons of Jack, have launch(...)

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