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Boris Johnson was adamant there is only a very small possibility of a no-deal Brexit. He also pledged to bypass parliament to bring about a ‘do-or-die Brexit’ if necessary. And all Dublin can do is look on. Photograph: Hannah Mckay/Reuters

Boris Johnson this week evoked an image of himself standing on the cliff edge – the UK shackled to his ankle – shouting that he is prepared to jump wh(...)

Staycity offers short-term and long-term apartment and aparthotel lettings.

Irish aparthotel operator Staycity is set to recruit an additional 200 employees over the next few months as it gears up for a record number of proper(...)

A computer-generated image of the new Staycity and Premier Inn development.

Irish aparthotel group Staycity will add another location to its portfolio as part of a £203 million (€233 million) regeneration of London’s Paddingto(...)

Stephen Vernon is to join the Staycity board after taking a 5 per cent stake in the company

Property veteran Stephen Vernon, chairman of Green Property and director of Green Reit, has taken a 5 per cent stake in Irish aparthotel group Staycit(...)

Staycity chief executive Tom Walsh, whose goal is to grow the aparthotel business from 2,000 units to 15,000 over the next four years. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Back when the idea of renting out an airbed mattress in his apartment was just a glimmer in Airbnb founder Brian Chesky’s eye, a pair of Irish brother(...)

Tom Walsh: Airbnb probably led to a “tapering-off in the growth rate, but it didn’t cause a contraction in the business”

Having shrugged off the threat of Airbnb and the challenges posed by construction costs in Dublin, Irish aparthotel group Staycity has its eyes on muc(...)

 Irish Exporters Association reports rise in demand for travel visas to China from Irish business travellers

Business destinations The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has published a report for the first quarter of 2017 showing where Irish business travell(...)

The €25 million price paid for the 110 apartments at 42-76 St Augustine Street in Dublin 8 represents an average price of more than €227,000 per unit.

Modern apartment developments in the Dublin area are continuing to attract buyers looking for a long-term income stream. A European private investor h(...)

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Level three security alerts in 41 countries An analysis by the Collinson Group said 41 countries registered level three security incidents in the fir(...)

Tom Walsh: “Within weeks of listing it online, we were being bombarded with bookings.” Photograph: Conor Buckley

Getting stuck into the property market is not always the best way to turn a buck – but it has worked for Tom Walsh. He devised his business after dec(...)

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