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New Ireland said it would  remove the requirement from its Property Fund and Pension Property Fund from Friday 20th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Investors in property funds run by Bank of Ireland’s New Ireland unit will no longer face a six-month wait to withdraw their money, as the company dro(...)

Round Hill Capital and QuadReal Property Group this week purchased 297 apartments for the private rented market at Blackwood Square in Santry  for €123.5m

These days the skyline is telling a story. Unprecedented numbers of apartments are being planned and built here and seem to signal significant changes(...)

RSCI, St Stephen's Green West

Not many have heard of the busiest firm in the capital who are remaking the city from grafton street to docklands Nearly everyone in Dublin know(...)

Bank of Ireland has a 25-year lease on the development.

Global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson has completed the sale of one of its key Irish properties, Baggot Plaza in Dublin’s city centre, (...)

90/91 St Stephen’s Green occupies a prime location at the heart of Dublin’s core central business district.

St Stephen’s Green’s long-standing status as the foremost location within Dublin’s traditional central business district and wider city centre is expe(...)

The statues were removed in July in the mistaken belief that two of them were representations of slave women. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

No date has been set for the restoration of the Shelbourne Hotel statues because of the delicate nature of the worked needed to be done to them. Dubl(...)

92/93 St Stephen’s Green occupies a high-profile position within Dublin’s core central business district.

Agent Savills Ireland is guiding a price of €18 million for what can rightfully be described as a rare development opportunity on St Stephen’s Green i(...)

Empty plinths outside the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin after the statues were removed. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The owners of the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin have asked for another four weeks to deal with the issue of the statues which it removed, allegedly witho(...)

The €1.34 billion sale of offices and warehousing group Green Reit to Henderson Park late last year  marked a near 25 per cent premium to the Dublin-listed company’s share price. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Building a business that is so successful that Google swoops in to buy it is impressive. Doing it twice even more so. The tech giant paid a reported $(...)

One of the statues  depicting slave girls holding torches. Photograph: Wikimedia Commons

The Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin has taken down four statues which have stood outside it for the last 153 years because of their associations with slave(...)

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