The DIT campus at Grangegorman, Dublin. WKN advised the Grangegorman Development Agency on the project.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Directors John McNally and JP Hilliard are buying out property industry veteran Dr Bill Nowlan’s firm WK Nowlan Real Estate Advisors (WKN). Founded b(...)

Number 42 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin, was built in the ‘boom times of the 1750s’, said TCD’s Dr Melanie Hayes. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fears are growing for the fate of the last remaining Georgian house on Dublin’s O’Connell Street due to ongoing delays in the redevelopment of the old(...)

Culture Night 2018:   ballerinas from Dance Ireland with drumming sensations the Hit Machine. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Friday is Culture Night all over Ireland. Do you: (a) put on comfy shoes, arm yourself with the guide or the app and let loose, collapsing with exhaus(...)

Cathal Brugha Street College, Dublin: the complex off O’Connell Street includes two properties

The Dublin Institute of Technology has dropped the asking price to €12 million-plus for a high-profile college adjoining the Gresham Hotel in Dublin’s(...)

“Our intention is to use that agency to take existing State land and acquire additional land for development,” the Taoiseach told the Dáil. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

A new Government agency will buy private land adjoining existing prime sites held by State and semi-State organisations in order to assemble land hold(...)

DIT  Grangegorman: Over the coming years, some 20,000 students will be based at the  sprawling new campus.   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

For two centuries or so, Grangegorman was a place to avoid. Few ventured behind the high walls of the old asylum on Dublin’s northside which, at its p(...)

 The arrival of DIT students on its Grangegorman campus will provide a dynamism and injection of youth into the area. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Located on Dublin City’s northside, Grangegorman is an area traditionally associated with St Brendan’s Hospital, the psychiatric unit that served Dubl(...)

 Site at Grangegorman Lower and Brunswick Street, Dublin, where  student accommodation is to be built. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Apartment blocks for almost 8,000 students are planned or under way in the north inner city, with more than half of those within 500 metres of the new(...)

Cathal Brugha Street College: includes art deco style building fronting on to Cathal Brugha Street, Marlborough Street and Thomas Lane, and a connected 1990s building opening on to Marlborough Street.

Another landmark building in Dublin city centre, Cathal Brugha Street College, is to be offered for sale a week after the adjoining Gresham Hotel was(...)

Dublin Institute of Technology’s Grangegorman site.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Only 10 per cent of students can live on campus at the new €200 million Dublin Institute of Technology in Grangegorman, Dublin, under “fast- track” (...)

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