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Talks between MM Capital and Tesco have collapsed. Photograph: Tom Honan

Talks between the company behind the redevelopment of Phibsborough shopping centre and Tesco have collapsed, endangering the redevelopment of what is (...)

The centre at 96-98 Churchtown Road Upper extends to 1,139sq m  and benefits from 33  car-parking spaces.

A mixed-use centre at the former Braemor Rooms/ McGowans of Churchtown pub site in south Dublin is on the market at €5.7 million through BNP Paribas R(...)

Dublin City Council has long wanted to redevelop the properties that form the heart of Phibsborough village

A deal to clear the way for the redevelopment of Phibsborough shopping centre, and neighbouring Dalymount Park stadium has been struck between Dublin (...)

Barnacles Hostel, Temple Bar, Dublin: the new owners have since signed a 25-year lease with the Irish hotel group Key Collection

Dublin-based non-bank lender Relm Finance, which is backed by Irish businessman Richard Barrett and New York-based investment group Avenue Capital, si(...)

Union Café, Mount Merrion, set for demolition

The Press Up Group’s burgeoning array of venues looks set to increase yet again as the company has leased a 390sq m (4,200sq ft) restaurant unit at 96(...)

31-36 Goldene Lane, Dublin 2

Irish property investment and development group Mm Capital has sold an office block in Dublin 2 to the German investment fund KGAL at a handsome profi(...)

Mill Retail Park in Gorey, Co Wexford

A newly-upgraded retail park on the edge of Gorey town centre in Co Wexford is to be offered for sale through agent CBRE for around €4.3 million. Th(...)

Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort: profitable in 2015, but assets still fell €1 million short of liabilities

Nama is set to benefit from the near €20 million sale of Knightsbrook hotel and golf course to a group of Irish investors backed by the specialist len(...)

No 89 Phibsborough Road: three ground-floor retail/professional services units and four residential units overhead.

A mixed-use investment on a prominent Phibsborough corner in Dublin 7 is on the market for €675,000 through Knight Frank, which would reflect a net in(...)

The plans propose an “upgrading” of the existing tower block instead of its demolition. The developers said they could not put forward a proposal to raze the office block because they do not own two of the businesses underneath it, a Tesco supermarket and an Eddie Rockets restaurant. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The €50 million redevelopment of the 1960s Phibsborough shopping centre, including construction on part of the old grounds of Dalymount Park, has been(...)

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