New hotel: the Marlin, on Bow Lane, in Dublin 8. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

IN THE MIDST OF A HOUSING CRISIS, SCORES OF HOTELS ARE BEING BUILT IN OR PLANNED FOR THE CAPITAL. ARE THEY RUINING OR ENHANCING THE CITY? “Anoth(...)

I-Res chairman Declan Moylan and chief executive Margaret Sweeney. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The State’s largest landlord will consider all its options in regard to funding for its ambitious pipeline although it is comfortable having extended (...)

Dublin Landings, one of the few new docklands developments which will have social housing

It’s a predicament across the world. In New York, the city authorities offered developers tax breaks if they committed to making a certain percentage (...)

Ires Reit has signed a deal to buy part of the Tara Towers Hotel site from Dalata Hotel Group with planning permission for 69 apartments.

Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires), the State’s largest private residential landlord, has agreed to buy up to 164 apartments being developed in (...)

A trader works at the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Reuters

It was a slow day in the Irish market on Tuesday as investors geared up for super Thursday next week, a day when over 200 companies are due to report (...)

A Victorian horseracing board game, originally from Slane Castle (home of the Conyngham family), entitled The Conyngham Cup – Race Game, is based on a famous annual steeplechase  that is still held at Punchestown. It is to be auctioned through Matthews

Auction results Tuesday (March 22nd) Chorley’s Auctioneers, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. A hand-drawn map by Sir Roger Casement showing wh(...)

The Clayton Hotel, Galway. Dalata launched the Clayton brand across 13 properties in Ireland and the UK last year.

Dalata, the country’s biggest hotel group and the owner of the Maldron and Clayton brands, says it will add a further “4,000 or 5,000” rooms to its to(...)

The Tara Towers was put up for sale in October with DTZ Sherry FitzGerald quoting in excess of €9 million for the property and an adjoining 1.4-acre site beside it

Dublin and London-listed Dalata has acquired the Tara Towers Hotel on Merrion Road, Dublin 4, for €13.1 million. The group said it plans to invest €4(...)

Tara Towers Hotel was developed in the 1970s by the late PV Doyle, and has stunning views of Dublin Bay

Three weeks after the vast Elmpark office and residential development was offered for sale on the Merrion Road in Dublin 4 at over €185 million, the a(...)

Councillor John Leahy, Lucinda Creighton TD and financial adviser  Eddie Hobbs at the Tara Towers Hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Lucinda Creighton and mortgage broker Karl Deeter have presented a code of conduct prohibiting “cronyism” for members of a new party, to a sou(...)

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