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The Square shopping centre: the 27-year-old shopping centre  registered some 22 million visitors in 2017 and currently produces an annual rental income of almost €14 million.  Photograph: Peter Moloney

The US private equity giant Oaktree has made arrangements to complete the purchase of a controlling interest in The Square shopping centre in Tallaght(...)

US hedge fund York Capital is planning a €250 million initial public offering of an Irish industrial and logistics property investment trust called Co(...)

Comprising 3,200,000sq ft of mixed use development, the urban regeneration scheme is to contain 25 buildings, including Grade A office space, shops, restaurants, two hotels and new homes

Coventry City Council is set to invest in a development by Irish property group Cannon Kirk in a bid to kickstart a multi-million pound sterling schem(...)

Glenveagh also completed the purchase of two sites in Bray Co Wicklow and Midleton in Cork. Photograph: iStock

Glenveagh Properties, the homebuilder backed by US private equity firm Oaktree, has agreed to acquire land in Naas in Co Kildare and completed the pur(...)

The largest commercial property transaction of the year in the State was the forward funding by Irish Life of the €126.3 million construction of a new headquarters for Grant Thornton at City Quay in Dublin.

The commercial property market is thriving again. After almost a decade of dealing with distressed debts, excessive borrowing and a defective banking (...)

The Square opened in 1990, and its anchor tenants include Dunnes Stores, Tesco and Debenhams.   Photograph: Peter Moloney

US private equity group Oaktree is on track to land a controlling stake in the Square Tallaght for some €230 million, The Irish Times has learned. T(...)

Tracker mortgage scandal: the Central Bank has said it continues to encounter great difficulty getting full disclosure from some banks. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

The tracker mortgage scandal has engulfed most of Ireland’s mortgage lenders and, in its report this week, the Central Bank said it continued to encou(...)

Bus Éireann made a loss of €9.3 million last year and relies on the support of CIÉ to continue as a going concern. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

FBD’s share price was battered somewhat as Hurricane Ophelia blew across Ireland, while businesses in all other sectors of the economy assessed the da(...)

The Square Tallaght, where a majority stake  is   for sale. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, and a fund belonging to US private equity giant Oaktree are among three shortlisted bidders in the race (...)

Strong demand for the stock since the IPO last Tuesday has allowed the brokers in Credit Suisse to place the additional shares

Glenveagh Properties, which last week became the second Irish homebuilder to float in the past two years, has seen the proceeds from its initial publi(...)

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