31 Burnaby Mews, Greystones, Co Wicklow

31 Burnaby Mews, Greystones, Co Wicklow Top floor two-bed apartment in a block of just six built in 2003. The 77sq m layout includes a large living ro(...)

The portfolio’s 47 apartments are distributed between Chestnut House (pictured) and Bramley Terrace

The European property firm, LRC group, has increased the size of its Irish residential portfolio to over 1,600 properties, with the acquisition for €9(...)

Jeffrey Crowley of Blackhall Parade, Dublin also pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm to Jason Kidd at Merchants Quay on October 24th, 2018. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man who crashed a stolen bicycle into an elderly English tourist, shattering her elbow and leaving her with life-changing injuries, has been jailed (...)

The lobby of Dublin’s Hendrick Hotel, which is for sale for €50m

Just over six months on from its official opening, Dublin’s first street art hotel, the Hendrick in Smithfield, is being offered for sale quietly by i(...)

Ciaran Carson

Sinéad Morrissey, John Banville and fellow writers salute a great man and a great poet Sinéad Morrissey “It’s not about you, it’s about the lang(...)

One Kilmainham Square is located next to Heuston Station and is just 3km from Dublin city centre.

Investors looking to secure a foothold in the fast-growing Dublin 8 area will be interested in the sale of offices at One Kilmainham Square. Located (...)

Fans watch the All-Ireland football final on the large screen at Smithfield Plaza. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Smithfield Plaza has been the site of all Dublin’s homecomings in their drive for five. Successive triumphant teams have returned here on Monday eve(...)

Brendan White who lives on Clonliffe Road puts up bunting in support of Dublin ahead of the  All-Ireland football final at Croke Park. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A chronic shortage of bunting in shades of blue has prompted Dublin’s Lord Mayor to take to social media to appeal for supplies to be made available t(...)

The vacant site at Church Street-Hammond Lane in Dublin. Over 10 years ago it was designated for a new family law and children’s court. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

One of Dublin’s most notorious and long-standing vacant plots of land, earmarked for a courts development for more than a decade, could be subject to (...)

LRC’s last reported deal in the Irish residential market saw it acquire 44 apartments and six townhouses at Smithfield Lofts on Dublin’s North King Street.

The European property firm, LRC Group, has paid around €150 million to acquire 600 residential and commercial assets from Oaktree affiliate, Targeted (...)

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