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Earlier this month Green REIT was selected as the preferred bidder, along with US real estate giant Kennedy Wilson, to buy the Central Park development in Leopardstown, south Dublin, for €310 milionPhotograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

FIONA REDDANGreen REIT, the Irish listed Real Estate Investment Trust, is set to buy five Dublin city centre properties in an off-market transaction(...)

Central Park office park in Leopardstown, south Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Green REIT, the Irish listed Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), is “considering its funding options”.Responding to media reports that the fund would(...)

Shelbourne Hotel Holdings Ltd, 
the company 
which owns the famous Dublin hotel, had total debts of ¤289
million at the end of 2011. 

Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Kennedy Wilson Holdings, the Californian investment firm, has said it is close to taking control of the historic Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin and hinted(...)

US investment group Kennedy Wilson is said to be acquiring loans tied to the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Irish Bank Resolution Corp. (IBRC) and Bank of Ireland will sell debts tied to the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin to Kennedy-Wilson Holdings on January 17(...)

More than 750 of its 1,900 staff are based in its offices at the corner of Harcourt Street and  St Stephen’s Green. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Professional services firm KPMG is to remain in Dublin city centre after agreeing to extend until 2026 the lease on its head offices at Stokes Place o(...)

The sale of the Shelbourne Hotel loan was off-market so no price is known. Photograph: Alan Betson

Half of the outstanding €206 million senior loan held by Bank on Ireland on the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin has been bought by international property i(...)

Blackstone Group is in talks to buy a 25 per cent stake in three hotels once owned by now-bankrupt developer Sean Dunne in Ballsbridge, Dublin.The rea(...)

An image of the original U2 Tower design. The new proposed building would have 18 storeys, half as many as the original project endorsed by the  rock band.

The National Asset Management Agency is seeking to resurrect a plan to build a residential property in Dublin known as the U2 Tower five years after t(...)

The redeveloped site at the former Clancy Barracks is now home to 420 residential units.  Clancy Barracks: Islandbridge, Dublin 8. Sold: Over €80million Previously: €230million

There is no happy ending to a property market crash, unless perhaps you’re a private equity investor. Since the Irish market has gone belly up, privat(...)

The portfolio has a number of high-profile properties, including KPMG’s head offices in Dublin.

Ciarán Hancock, Finance Correspondent California-based investment group Kennedy Wilson is close to securing a portfolio of 16 commercial properties in(...)

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