A London-based life assurance group has entered a deal to buy its second Irish business from Generali in eight months.  File photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

A London-based life assurance group backed by US private equity group Oaktree Capital has entered a deal to buy its second Irish business from Italian(...)

LRC has appointed Irish hotelier John Brennan at the helm of Amaris as non-executive chairman of the business. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Amaris Hospitality, the Irish-led hotel investment and management company behind the Hilton Garden Inn on Dublin’s Custom House Quay, is planning to e(...)

Demand for rented accommodation in Ireland has doubled over the past five years. Photograph: Moodboard/Brand X/Getty

Avestus Capital Partners, the real estate investment company founded by four former Quinlan Private executives, has raised an initial €160 million of (...)

5 Hanover Quay: Aptiv is to lease more than 5,575sq m over three floors of the building (second left, with white front)

The vehicle-technology company Aptiv is to lease more than 5,575sq m (60,000sq ft) at 5 Hanover Quay, in Dublin’s south docklands, at a rent of €624.(...)

The Parlor at the new four-star North Star Hotel in Dublin 1.

The bustling new Parlor café at the four-star North Star Hotel opposite Connolly train station in Dublin’s north inner city sums up the effect of a €2(...)

The biggest deal of the year involved the Square Town Centre in Tallaght, Co Dublin, which was sold for €250 million to Oaktree Capital from Nama

Spending on commercial property last year was 30 per cent above the 15-year average in the Republic, according to a major report by real estate agent (...)

The FTSE ended the day down 1.1 per cent, while the mid cap index fell 1.3 per cent.

An eventful day on the markets was dominated by a plunge by food group Greencore after a profit warning, as well as a bounce for sterling following US(...)

Glenveagh has also completed the acquisition of a two-hectare site in Dublin’s north Docklands

Irish listed housebuilder Glenveagh Properties said on Monday it was to acquire two new sites with the capacity for almost 400 homes. The move brings (...)

The site on East Road is located nearby to both the International Financial Services Centre  and the so-called “Silicon Docks” area

Dublin-listed housebuilder Glenveagh Properties has signed a deal to acquire a two-hectare site in Dublin’s north docklands with plans to deliver more(...)

Glenveagh currently has a land bank that could provide up to 3,500 homes. Photograph: iStock

Dublin-based analyst Investec has initiated research coverage of Irish-listed homebuilder Glenveagh Properties with a ‘buy’ rating and a price target (...)

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