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Developer Paddy Shovlin

At the height of the boom and at the height of his powers, Turnberry on Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, was the house that developer Paddy Shovlin called (...)

Nova Atria South is is one of two adjoining office blocks, previously known as The Atrium when it was occupied by Microsoft and other companies.

After a number of recent record-setting office deals by the technology sector in Dublin City, including Facebook’s Ballsbridge letting and Salesforce’(...)

Gabrielle Kavanagh  on a balcony  at Cathedral Court, Dublin 8. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Built in 2000: News of fire-safety defects at this complex first came to light in The Irish Times in December 2(...)

Carluccio’s second Irish outlet was opened in 2015 in Glasthule, Co Dublin. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Losses continued to widen at the Irish subsidiary of Italian restaurant and deli chain Carluccio’s last year, recently filed accounts show. Operating(...)

Dublin Fire Brigade said it had “fully evacuated” the apartments at the Beacon South Quarter development in Sandyford. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A fire has broken out at a south Dublin apartment complex which has been at the centre of a dispute over fire safety defects in its construction. Dub(...)

  Aoife Culleton and Killian Ryan of  Beacon South Quarter Owners Group, at The Beacon South Quarter complex at Sandyford, Co. Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Attempts to resolve more than €10 million in fire safety and other structural defects at the Beacon South Quarter apartments in south Dublin stalled o(...)

Ires Reit owns 25% of about 600 apartments affected by water damage and inadequate fire-safety provisions at Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford, Dublin.

The largest single owner of apartments at Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford plans to vote in favour of a €10 million charge to fix fire-safety and oth(...)

Circulation for the Irish Examiner has fallen  with the newspaper selling an average of 34,424 copies in the second half of 2014, down 7 per cent year on year

Landmark Media Investments’ first set of annual accounts didn’t make pretty reading when they were filed last December, but group chief executive Tom (...)