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A stretch of the old rail line between Youghal and Midleton which is to be turned into a greenway. Photograph: Denis Minihane

The allocation of €8 million by the Government towards the €15 million cost of a greenway in east Cork has been welcomed by local politicians. Mayor (...)

A model of the proposed development of Dublin Landings by Ballymore, which is located on  Dublin’s North Wall Quay.

Profits at a key part of Irish builder Ballymore’s British business fell 30 per cent last year to £176 million sterling, the latest figures show. Bal(...)

The hotel redevelopment of the site is expected to “transform this area, encouraging tourist footfall and general retail activity in the surrounding area”.

Fitzwilliam Real Estate Properties, the development company chaired by solicitor Noel Smyth, has lodged a commencement notice in respect of a €55 mill(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

Ires Reit founding chief executive David Ehrlich earned a profit of €4.2 million on the sale of 11.79 million Ires shares to Capreit.

Earlier this week, David Ehrlich, the founding chief executive of the State’s biggest landlord, earned a €4.2 million profit selling his shares in the(...)

File photograph of Bill Cullen and Jackie Lavin in  Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Businesswoman Jackie Lavin’s High Court action against her partner Bill Cullen and one of his companies over an alleged failure to complete a deal for(...)

St Mary’s Carmelite seminary on Bloomfield Avenue:  the monastery and college date from 1875 and were extended up to the 1940s to cater for 50 seminarians.

An Irish hotelier has emerged as the leading contender to buy the former St Mary’s Carmelite seminary on Bloomfield Avenue in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Bi(...)

The Government sees consumer spending rising 3.3 per cent and 2.9 per cent for this year and next, albeit down from a 4.5 per cent surge in 2015, even as Brexit takes its toll on sentiment. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

As retailers dream of ringing tills this Christmas, some of the biggest landlords have already been to the bank. Shopping centres emerged in 2016 a(...)

In the leaked Mossack Fonseca files: golfer Pádraig Harrington, former U2 manager Paul McGuinness, accountant Aidan Phelan, businessman Oisin O’Buachalla, Irish biofuel businessman Bart Bonsall and developer Seán Mulryan

On Monday The Irish Times, in conjunction with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and its international media partners,(...)

Neighbours in an apartment development are contractually obligated to pay their service charges by way of their binding lease agreement that they entered into with the owners’ management company

Q I own a ground floor apartment in a small town in Co Mayo. I have lived here for nearly nine years and have paid the service charge every year. The (...)

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