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(...)

 Victoria Shopping Centre in Belfast. Despite the reduction in shoppers, the town centre vacancy rate in the North  fell to 14.5 per cent last month. Photograph: David Sleator

Worries about Brexit may be dampening consumers’ enthusiasm to hit the shops in the North a leading trade body is warning as new figures show fewer pe(...)

The Outlet in Banbridge:  a “mid-premium outlet” which is not in the same market as Kildare Shopping Village in the Republic, but keen to emulate its success

Car registrations might not usually be the most reliable of economic indicators but when cars from the Republic start parking in greater numbers in Ba(...)

A combination of soaring rents, restrictive mortgage lending and a preponderance of contract work, as opposed to permanent, full-time work, means getting a first step on the property ladder has become increasingly difficult for millennials.

They’ve been labelled the “lost generation” but while this moniker may be overblown, there is no doubting the difficulties facing the current generat(...)

Most of the 129 two-bedroom apartments in the Neptune are expected to attract rents ranging from €1,800 a month to €2,000 for penthouses.

Two British investment companies, SW3 Capital and Tristan Capital Partners, are to pay €72.5 million for a substantial block of apartments under co(...)

Tenants in Junction One include Lidl, Homebase and BLM Bargains

The Banbridge-based Lotus Group and real estate management firm Tristan Capital Partners have acquired two of Northern Ireland’s largest retail parks (...)

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