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Replacement of the IDA office at Wilton Place with a seven-storey building is being objected to by locals.

Plans by Iput to demolish the existing IDA global HQ at Wilton Place and construct a seven-storey building in its place to accommodate between 3,500 t(...)

One Wilton Park.

Property company IPUT said it has agreed to rent One Wilton Park to tech company LinkedIn, on a 25 year lease. The 150,000 sq ft building, which is (...)

An Iput owned property on Dublin’s North Wall Quay.

Property fund Iput collected €27.9 million in rental income and distributed €25.2 million to shareholders in the third quarter of this year. The comp(...)

Willsborough Industrial Estate: sale of the three units will equate to a yield of 6.5 per cent

Four logistics buildings owned by Iput Property Fund at Willsborough Industrial Estate in Dublin 17 are to be offered for sale in one or more lots. Sa(...)

Iput chief executive Niall Gaffney: raised €205 million in capital during 2017.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Property fund company Iput told investors at its annual meeting on Thursday that it was on target to deliver 20 per cent growth in dividends over the (...)

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Iput property fund has expanded its ownership in the Dublin logistics sector by acquiring a modern building at Northwest Business Park in Dublin 15. (...)

The White Company is set to move into no 72 Grafton Street.

A top performing UK clothing, homeware and fragrance business, The White Company, looks set to broaden the appeal of Dublin’s Grafton Street when it o(...)

Dundrum Town Centre  drove much of the growth in Hammerson’s business in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Retail property developer Hammerson has met with key figures in the dispute over the future of one of its sites in Dublin that includes the location o(...)

TCD’s endowment fund has grown from €47 million in 1996 to more than €190 million last year.

Trinity College Dublin is looking to restructure its €190 million endowment fund, shifting its focus away from low-yield bonds towards investments in (...)

 New Ireland Assurance on Dawson Street, Dublin.  Sources suggest it  could attract bids of about €30m based on its location.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Bank of Ireland plans to put its subsidiary New Ireland’s central Dublin headquarters up for sale in coming weeks with a price tag thought to be in th(...)

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