The companies, controlled by developer Gerry Barrett, above, are opposing the proposed schemes of arrangement.

The High Court has been asked to approve survival schemes for seven companies controlled by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett and employing more than 3(...)

 Frank Cushnahan: former Nama adviser  was hoping to share in a £16 million fee with US lawyers Brown Rudnick and Belfast solicitors Tughans, if that company had succeeded. Photograph: Press Eye

Accounts for Promontoria Eagle, the Irish subsidiary that US vulture fund Cerberus used to buy State asset agency Nama’s Northern Ireland loans, shoul(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly and chief executive Brendan McDonagh have been forced to defend the agency’s decision to sell its Project Eagle loans in Northern Ireland to Cerberus. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

New figures show the US vulture fund that bought the National Asset Management Agency’s Northern Ireland property loans in a controversial deal had co(...)

Occupancy levels on Grafton, Henry and Mary streets – Dublin  city’s main shopping thoroughfares – are currently 95 to 100 per cent. Photograph: David Sleator

Commercial investment in Irish retail fell off something of a cliff in 2017, with the value of transactions for the first nine months of year down nea(...)

The buildings, two on Moore Street, one on Moore Lane and two on Henry Place, are scheduled for demolition to make way for the €1.25 billion Dublin Central shopping complex. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Five Moore Street buildings, believed to be associated with the 1916 Rising, have not been added to the Record of Protected Structures, despite Dublin(...)

Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort: profitable in 2015, but assets still fell €1 million short of liabilities

Nama is set to benefit from the near €20 million sale of Knightsbrook hotel and golf course to a group of Irish investors backed by the specialist len(...)

Irish Times journalists Mark Paul and Ciarán Hancock, who  won the business news story of the year award at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, 11th Annual Business Journalist Awards for an article on the boardroom row at Independent News and Media (INM) over its proposed bid for radio station Newstalk are pictured with (from left) Eavann Murphy, director of sales services and marketing at sponsor Open Eir; Emer Gilvarry, chairwoman awards judging panel and chairwoman of  Mason Hayes & Curran; and  Prof Mike O’Neill, associate dean and director of  UCD Smurfit School. Photograph: Shane O’Neill /  SON Photographic

Irish Times journalists Mark Paul and Ciarán Hancock have won the business news story of the year award for an article on the boardroom row at Indepen(...)

Capital Dock extends over 4.8 acres alongside Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s docklands, with office space for 3,500 staff, and 190 apartments with waterfront views. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

US property investment group Kennedy Wilson said on Monday that recruitment group Indeed is set to become the second major occupier to commit to the C(...)

Carton House and golf club:  sold by the Mallaghan and Kelly families to Irish American businessman John Mullen. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Nama-backed sale of Carton House hotel and golf resort near Maynooth in Co Kildare was completed on Thursday with a closing price believed to be a(...)

Dublin Landings: a computer-generated image of one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin. The agreed sale of Dublin Landings is proof of the depth of investor demand for the right product

German institutional investor Triuva is closing in on a deal to buy the first of five office buildings being developed in the Dublin docklands by Iris(...)

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