Liam Carroll in 2002: Dubbed the “shoebox king” because of his delivery early on of thousands of one-bedroom apartments, he later upped the quality of his  offering considerably.

Former property developer Liam Carroll has died. One of Ireland’s most prolific and successful builders in the lead-up to and during the Celtic Tiger (...)

Nama: notes to Jackson Homes accounts said it was relying on the support of the State agency. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

House builder Bryan Cullen has cleared debt to Nama linked to his Jackson Homes business through the sale of property in Dublin. Accounts recently fi(...)

Spanish group Riu Hotels & Resorts was picked as preferred bidder for the landmark Gresham Hotel on O’Connell Street earlier this month after bidding in excess of €90 million.

The Irish hotel market witnessed almost €140 million of takeover deals in the first half of the year, driven by activity outside Dublin, according to(...)

The Gresham Hotel on Dublin’s O’Connell Street: it is expected the bidders will have to wait until next week to learn who has won. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin’s landmark four-star Gresham Hotel is understood to have attracted final offers of up to €85 million as four shortlisted bidders met a deadlin(...)

The Gresham Hotel: The landmark O’Connell Street hostelry celebrates its 200th anniversary next year

The long-delayed sale of Dublin’s Gresham Hotel is finally to proceed following Nama’s approval of an international marketing campaign to find a buyer(...)

The Gresham  could sell for considerably more than its previous valuation of €48 million

  The group that owns the landmark Gresham Hotel on O’Connell Street in Dublin reported an operating profit of €3.4 million last year, up (...)

Jackson Homes was behind the Bloomfield residential development in Donnybrook

Jackson Homes, the company owned by developer Bryan Cullen, has reported an operating loss of €7.28 million for the year to the end of December 2012, (...)