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Demand for rented accommodation in Ireland has doubled over the past five years. Photograph: Moodboard/Brand X/Getty

Avestus Capital Partners, the real estate investment company founded by four former Quinlan Private executives, has raised an initial €160 million of (...)

Kennedy Wilson Europe was the highest bidder for 274 of the 507 completed apartments at the Grange.

Kennedy Wilson Europe, purchaser of well over €1.5 billion worth of high-profile property assets since the market collapsed in 2008, has acquired mor(...)

An artists impression of Hanover Quay.

Kennedy Wilson has received planning permission for a development at Hanover Quay in Dublin’s south docklands. In a joint venture with the National (...)

Chris Hyams of Indeed, on the rooftop of the company’s  new offices at Capital Docks, Grand Canal Docks, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Online recruiter Indeed will have space to increase its Irish workforce to 2,000 once its new offices are complete, according to chief executive Chris(...)

Kennedy Wilson has bought the Elysian Tower for €87.5 million from previous owner, another US fund, Blackstone.

Tenants of Ireland’s tallest apartment block face likely rent increases following its sale to US company Kennedy Wilson. The California-based landlo(...)

The failure of Rush Credit Union led to redress of €450,000 for people who disputed the amounts taken from their accounts in relation to a prize draw for a car. Photograph: North County Leader

A Central Bank review of credit unions has found that, in roughly 30 per cent of those that operated prize draws between the end of 2014 and early 201(...)

With the dire shortage of housing in the capital an almost daily staple of news reports, and the economic recovery a reality, surely 2018 will be the (...)

Three Park Place on Hatch Street, Dublin - the  new location for IDA Ireland’s  headquarters.

IDA Ireland is planning to move its headquarters to Hatch Street, Dublin, after the lease on its current offices in Wilton Park House run out in 2019.(...)

Rents continue to hit highs and may average 5-6 per cent in Dublin over the next few years. That would bring the average rent in the capital up to more than €2,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

When a French executive was relocating to Dublin earlier this year with a handsome allowance of €6,000 a month, he opted to set up home in a rental pr(...)

Capital Dock extends over 4.8 acres alongside Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s docklands, with office space for 3,500 staff, and 190 apartments with waterfront views. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

US property investment group Kennedy Wilson said on Monday that recruitment group Indeed is set to become the second major occupier to commit to the C(...)

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