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Kennedy Wilson global chairman and chief executive Bill McMorrow at the company’s Dublin offices. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The 36 staff at a Dublin-based subsidiary of US property investment group Kennedy Wilson earned average remuneration of just more than €244,000 in 20(...)

Figures show too many buyers are chasing too few properties, sending prices up. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There was little good news for putative property buyers in today’s reports from property portals Daft.ie and myhome.ie, which both find house prices c(...)

Bill McMorrow of Kennedy Wilson: his company is considering whether to expand its Irish business into building homes for sale. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Kennedy Wilson, the US property developer with € 2 billion of assets in Ireland, is working on plans to move into housebuilding in the country, which(...)

Stillorgan Shopping Centre. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate, the London-listed property company behind the Stillorgan Shopping Centre and a number of Dublin office blocks, has (...)

The rooftop gardens at  59 Forbes Quay

The launch of 59 Forbes Quay – a two-bedroom penthouse in the Dublin Docklands – this week is well timed. One of the major selling points of the penth(...)

Kennedy Wilson Europe president and chief executive Mary Ricks.

The head of property group Kennedy Wilson Europe has said it has been “business as usual” for the company and its UK tenants since the Brexit result (...)

Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate acquired the Chase office block in Sandyford for €62.5 million in May

Property investment group Kennedy Wilson Europe, which has more than 200 commercial and private-rented sector leases in Dublin, said rental income ros(...)

The 4.8-acre site is due to accommodate offices, retail and leisure, and a 23-storey residential tower that overlooks the point where the Liffey meets Grand Canal Dock

Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm Kennedy Wilson has appointed Irish contractor John Sisk & Son to build a 660,000sq ft mixed-use deve(...)

Peter Collins of Kennedy Wilson photographed at their new development Clancy Quay in Islandbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

“These are the original floors,” notes Peter Collins, bending his knees slightly as if testing their strength in an old stable building dating from t(...)

Stillorgan Shopping Centre, the oldest retail mall in the country. Kennedy Wilson acquired the centre in 2013 as part of a €306 million portfolio acquisition.

Los Angeles-based property company Kennedy Wilson plans to spend €15 million this year revamping the Stillorgan Shopping Centre, the oldest retail ma(...)

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