The 204 apartments at the Fairway scheme are scheduled for completion by February 2020

A real estate fund managed by Deutsche Bank subsidiary DWS has agreed to pay €108 million to acquire 214 apartments being developed by the Cosgrave Pr(...)

t is understood that Twinlite is on the brink of acquiring a significant site in Dublin, capable of accommodating hundreds of new build-to-rent apartments.

Property developer Twinlite has secured finance of €90 million from the Cardinal Capital Group and Bank of Ireland. The developer is currently on site(...)

Santry development: the site sold to Dwyer Nolan has a mixture of zonings, including employment creation

The developer Dwyer Nolan has quietly acquired a 1.89 hectare (4.67 acre) site in Santry, north Dublin, and has begun initial site works to facilitate(...)

Residential investment sales in the capital  amounted to €930 million last year,  up 185 per cent on 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The build-to-rent sector is the most vibrant part of the Irish investment market and has considerable potential for “sustained growth” over the next f(...)

One Molesworth Street has achieved Dublin’s highest rent  at €753 per sq m. Photograph: Bryan Meade

More than €3.6 billion was invested in the Irish property market last year, according to data from BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland, with the Dublin of(...)

Acquiring the Clongriffin scheme will bring Tristan’s total stock of apartments to 754 units, positioning it as one of Ireland’s biggest landlords.

It’s a sign of the times that just shortly after it emerged that developer Twinlite has broken ground on 372 apartments in Clongriffin, it is followed(...)

The proposed development will be built in two phases

Santry looks set for a major new development following an application for planning permission at Northwood Business Campus by Westhill UK, a property (...)

Pat Crean, CEO of  Marlet Property Group: The deal would have involved Round Hill buying and paying for the construction of the apartments – known as forward funding. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Developer Marlet Property Group has ended talks on the sale of 1,205 apartments in Dublin for a reported €450 million. The Pat Crean-led group began (...)

An artist’s impression of what the proposed hotel  at the site of Twilfit House in Dublin 1 may look like

An investment group has sought planning approval to demolish Twilfit House at the junction of Jervis and Upper Abbey streets in Dublin 1 and replace i(...)

The mammoth project off Upper Glenageary Road is being funded by Nama and developed by the Cosgrave Property Group

Ireland’s largest build-to-let apartment development is to be offered for sale on the international market only weeks after construction started on th(...)

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