94 St Stephen’s Green – Department of Justice HQ of 1,979sq m is leased to the State for ¤1.02m until 2018

A portfolio of 25 property investments, mainly in central Dublin and valued at close to €2 billion during the boom, are to be offered for sale on the (...)

Jones Lang LaSalle is quoting €650,000 for a redevelopment site of 0.17 of a hectare (0.42 of an acre) at Violet Farm, Milltown, Dublin 14, which is f(...)

It’s five years since the Beijing Olympics, which did much to showcase the city’s rapid economic growth, as well as the transformation it and its rea(...)

The ongoing recovery in the Dublin office market is to trigger a further round of investment sales from September onwards. Dublin’s impressive income (...)

John McKay: new head of commercial real estate at Ganly Walters

Estate agent Ganly Walters has acquired the MEPC business in Dublin, opening the way for John McKay to become head of commercial real estate for the f(...)

“We Irish have a habit of arriving at a consensus and then closing down debate. Unfortunately, ‘the bank guarantee cost us €64 billion’ narrative has become one such consensus.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Why was the management of Anglo Irish Bank not removed as a condition of granting the September 30th, 2008, liabilities guarantee given that the bank (...)

The Central Park office park in Leopardstown Photograph: Alan Betson

The National Asset Management Agency is preparing to offload south Dublin’s most valuable suburban office complex, Central Park at Leopardstown, Dubli(...)

Lough Erne Resort: the site of the recent G8 has attracted in excess of five interested parties for its purchase.

Francess McDonnellThere are more than five prospective buyers in the running to purchase the Lough Erne Resort in Fermanagh, which hosted the G8 summi(...)

Boomtime buy: the former UCD Veterinary College site in Ballsbridge was bought in 2005 for €171.5 million – the equivalent of €84 million an acre – but is worth just €22.5 million today

The Comer Group, the property investment business owned by Galway-born Luke and Brian Comer, has outbid up to a dozen developers to buy a 2.02-acre si(...)

Michael Clune with golfer Padraig Harringotn who his company has sponsored: “We have a strong desire to create jobs in Ireland,” says Mr Clune

Here it has become a byword for the collapse of an economy but Michael Clune’s expansive construction empire in the United States is a solid example o(...)

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