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The Point Square scheme includes 103,000sq ft of offices, 242,000 of retail space, and a six-screen cinema

The exponential growth over recent years of commercial and residential development in Dublin’s north docklands is expected to see strong interest from(...)

It was ruled  last November that An Bord Pleanála had erred in law by not assessing the car park as part of the planning application. Photograph: iStock

A developer has secured leave to appeal against an order quashing its permission for a development including 741 build-to-rent apartments on a site at(...)

Number 3 Dublin Landings is well located within the city’s docklands area

Microsoft is set to expand its Irish operations further with a planned move into new offices in the Dublin docklands. The US-headquartered software g(...)

Number 3 Dublin Landings is well-located within the city’s thriving docklands area.

Following the recent completion of its €115 million acquisition of No 3 Dublin Landings from Ballymore and Oxley, Irish property company Iput is now (...)

Independent House occupies a high-profile    position on Talbot Street in Dublin city centre.

Just over 18 months on from acquiring the Dublin headquarters of Independent News & Media (INM), Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land is looking to sell (...)

An artist’s impression of the Connolly Quarter scheme shows the 23-storey apartment tower

Developer Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Group has secured the green light from An Bord Pleanála to proceed with the development of a 23-storey apartment bl(...)

The Amiens Street investment consists of five units comprising 274sq m (2,950sq ft) of space.

Agent Kelly Walsh is seeking offers in excess of €1.2 million for an investment portfolio comprising five adjoining retail units at Guild Court on Ami(...)

A model of the Dublin Landings development where 268 apartments sold for €175.5 million to Greystar. Photograph: Alan Betson

The private rented sector (PRS) took the market by storm in 2019, outpacing and outperforming all other sectors. It has grown from just 6 per cent of (...)

The Dublin Landings scheme occupies over one million square feet on North Wall Quay.

Nama has secured just over €42 million from the €205 million sale by Ballymore and its Singapore-headquarterted partners, Oxley, of two blocks at Dubl(...)

German fund Patrizia paid €93 million for 166 apartments at Mount Argus in Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W.

Dublin’s fast-growing private rented sector (PRS) continues to dominate the Irish property investment market, according to a new report from agent Hoo(...)

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