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Brookwood Abbey: includes 11 two-bedroom apartments, one three-bed home and two one-bedroom units

The Michael Whelan-founded Maplewood Residential has purchased 14 apartments at Brookwood Abbey, Artane, Dublin 5, for close to €3.35 million. The p(...)

Corrig Court, Sandyford, Dublin 18: if sold separately, the property will go on sale for  €12.3 million

Two office buildings in Sandyford, Dublin 18, bought three years ago for €15 million are back on the market for more than €23.8 million after being up(...)

Bull Ring, Meath Street, Dublin 8

A redeveloped retail and office investment on Meath Street in Dublin 8 goes on the market today for more than €3.75 million, which will show a gross y(...)

Accenture is on the expansion trail, and will lease the first floor of Building 11 in Cherrywood

Global consultancy and technology giant Accenture is again on the expansion trail in Dublin, with plans for a fourth employment centre in the proposed(...)

James Joyce House, at Ushers Island, which sold for over €100,000 above its guide price

A substantial Georgian house linked to James Joyce at Ushers Island along the Dublin city quays has been sold to a private investor for more than €650(...)

Griffeen Centre, Lucan produces a rental income of €610,508

A strongly performing neighbourhood centre in Lucan, Co Dublin, goes for sale from today at a guide price of €6.5 million, which will show a yield of (...)

Potential tenants likely to be impressed by the triple-height reception area

Jones Investments, the Dublin-based construction company with a reputation for giving second-hand office blocks a new lease of life, is about to relau(...)

Ten retail warehouses for sale at Barrow Valley Retail Park,  Carlow town

Ten retail warehouses in the partially occupied Barrow Valley Retail Park, Carlow town, are to be offered for sale at a knockdown price on the instruc(...)

Number  15 Ushers Island, Dublin: the setting for James Joyce’s short story ‘The Dead’

A prominent Georgian house at Ushers Island along the city quays in Dublin, colloquially known as the House of the Dead because it was the setting for(...)