The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend. Once the land is developed, Nama will receive 20 per cent of the profits of any sales, in addition to the up-front cash from the sale of the 80% shareholding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A minimum price of €125 million has been set for an 80 per cent stake in the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, which sold for more than €400(...)

An aerial view of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, and adjoining land controlled by Nama.

In the 17 years since manufacturing stopped at the site of the old Irish Glass Bottle factory in Ringsend, its demise enriched one owner, contributed (...)

Big plans for the the Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to begin a search for property developers with which to partner in the development of the former Irish (...)

Paul Coulson (second from left), chairman of Ardagh Group, rings the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange in 2017 alongside John Tuttle, global head of listings at the NYSE, Ian Curley, CEO of Ardagh Group, and John Sheehan, director of investor relations of Ardagh Group

Financier Paul Coulson’s voracious appetite for deals over the past two decades, building his Ardagh Group into an international glass and metal conta(...)

The former glass bottle site on the Poolbeg peninsula. Developers are obliged to set aside 350 apartments for social housing.

The first application for the long awaited redevelopment of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, which has been designated up to 3,500 home(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Nama chairman Frank Daly at the launch of the agency’s annual report on Thursday. Photograph: Laura Hutton

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) could seek partners within weeks to build thousands of new homes on one of the Republic’s biggest developm(...)

In a letter to Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy, the oversight body strongly recommended that Dublin City Council be allowed to exceed the spending thresholds for social housing to enable it to buy apartments in the docklands for its tenants. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The watchdog established to oversee the development of Dublin’s docklands has called on Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to “relax” spending caps on(...)

The market price of apartments in the docklands was currently at a level that made it ‘very difficult’ for existing residents to afford to buy in the area. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/ The Irish Times

Concerns that “little or no social housing” will be provided in Dublin’s docklands have emerged in a report from the body set up to monitor the fast-t(...)

The former Readymix concrete site on the East Wall Road was among a number of costly purchases made by the DDDA in 2006, which included the site of the old Irish Glass Bottle Company in Ringsend (pictured).  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

A site bought by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) for €23 million at the height of the boom, valued last year at €5.5 million, is to (...)

 Anglo-Irish bank Headquarters on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Seamus Murphy was something of a maverick in Dublin’s small stockbroking community in late 2006 when he suddenly turned negative on Irish banks. That(...)

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