Investors competing for heavily discounted commercial properties will have an opportunity to pitch for a city-centre retail investment from today, whe(...)

A prominent commercial building at the junction of Andrew Street and Trinity Street in Dublin 2, bought by a private investor just before the property(...)

John Perry: senior Fine Gael activists believe his credibility as Minister of State has been severely compromised.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Minister of State for Small Business John Perry has declined to say how he reconciles his dealings over an unpaid €2.47 million bank debt with his obl(...)

66 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin: distinctive four-storey over basement building

The former National Irish Bank near the GPO in Dublin’s O’Connell Street, is expected to be converted into retail use when its sale is completed short(...)

John Meagher arriving at the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph: Collins/Courts

Commercial landlord John Meagher has agreed before the Commercial Court to surrender his passport and take steps to address his contempt of orders req(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Landlord John Meagher has agreed before the Commercial Court to surrender his passport in a legal dispute with a bank pursuing him for some €7 million(...)

 President Michael D Higgins speaking at the Community garden party at Aras an Uachtarain. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

“These are not the voices of the people of Ireland.”So said President Michael D Higgins over the weekend at a garden party in Áras an Uachtaráin. He w(...)

Three successful retail parks in Tallaght, Dublin 24, Naas, Co Kildare, and Limerick city are to offered for sale at an overall valuation of €77 milli(...)

Jersey-based builder David Kennedy  was involved in a large development planned for Clancy Barracks in Dublin

Jersey-based builder David Kennedy, who was involved in a large development planned for Clancy Barracks in Dublin, is being pursued at the Commercial (...)

The H&M shop will be in the former National Irish Bank branch on College Green

Dublin’s Grafton Street shopping precinct is to get a major boost with the decision by fashion giant H&M to open a large store in the former Natio(...)

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