The 3.75-acre site for apartment development on Church Road, Killiney, Co Dublin

The shortage of new residential properties in Killiney, Co Dublin, is to be partially addressed following the purchase of a 3.75-acre site for €9.5 mi(...)

Sisk was owed more than €17m by Parsis, but it recently accepted less than €8m in ‘full and final settlement’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The building company John Sisk & Co has taken a €9 million writedown as part of a deal to walk away from a high-profile development site in one of(...)

Ulster Bank is preparing to quit its headquarters on George’s Quay in Dublin 2 after more than two decades

Central Bank executives are resisting calls to potentially make it easier for borrowers to get exemptions from mortgage-lending limits, as the regulat(...)

Fernbank, a Park Developments project: the builder has taken fresh borrowings from Bank of Ireland and AIB, secured on the group’s assets.

Profits at builder Park Developments’ main business almost doubled to €11.3 million last year, according to the latest figures. Park exited Nama in J(...)

Park Developments has planning permission for six new logistics facilities at Northwest totalling 21,650sq m

A warehouse and office unit under construction in an established logistics development in Ballycoolin, Dublin 15, is available to rent at €475,000 or (...)

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 (...)

The latest Dublin Docklands Residential Report (2018) by agent Owen Reilly found that 76 per cent of purchases were by cash buyers, and 66 per cent of(...)

Fernbank, a Park Developments project.

Irish property group Park Developments has exited Nama after repaying its loans and arranging a refinancing with AIB and Bank of Ireland. The size o(...)

ILIM is believed to have paid more than €100 million for the Fernbank scheme, which is situated on land formerly owned by Notre Dame school in Churchtown.

Irish Life Investment Managers (ILIM) has bought 262 apartments in south Dublin that were due to be put up for sale and the asset manager plans to ren(...)

Park Developments has  just brought one of the largest housing developments in the Sandyford/Stepaside area to the market in recent times at Clay Farm, which will have more than 400 units.

Park Developments, the company behind The Park retail development in Carrickmines and Dublin housing estates The Gallops and Cabinteely Park, saw its(...)

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