Included in the sale were 128 units at Northern Cross in Dublin.

Ires, the largest private landlord in the State, has been named preferred bidder for a portfolio of 815 apartments located across the state The pub(...)

Sean Dunne, right, with one of his attorneys  in Connecticut. Mr Dunne is being sued  by the trustee of his American bankruptcy in an effort to regain control of millions of euro in assets he gave his wife and distribute them to creditors. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne has testified in his American civil trial that he was making real progress turning around his troubled property(...)

Whitfield Court, in Kilmeaden, Co Waterford was where Anthony Sheedy wanted to “downsize” to.

The owner of a 5,200 acre country estate who said he wanted to “downsize” by buying an abandoned manor house with 230 acres and do it up has lost a Hi(...)

The Oscar Taylor restaurant and bar on the coast road, Malahide. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There was a time when developer David Daly’s name or at least that of his company, Albany Homes, was synonymous in Dublin with the construction of tha(...)

The Property Price Register has undoubtedly given a much-needed quantitative insight into the Irish property market – but it has its flaws. Photograph: Getty Images

It was hailed as revolutionary when introduced in 2012 and has undoubtedly given a much-needed insight into the Irish property market. No longer do r(...)

Gayle Killilea is fighting to hold on to tens of millions of dollars of assets that the plaintiff says her husband, Sean Dunne, gave her to evade creditors as his Irish-based property empire was collapsing. Photograph: Collins

Gayle Killilea repeatedly did not recall, professed ignorance or said she did not understand when questioned about a Swiss condominium sale and other (...)

The IMF  flagged that “most” of the additional corporate tax revenue was used to fund spending overruns in healthcare and offset income tax reductions. Photograph: iStock

A thorough healthcare spending review is needed to halt continuous cost overruns by the State, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said, warning the(...)

Since securing a number of properties, including Beechwood Court, Stillorgan Road in Co Dublin (above), Marathon Asset Management has taken advantage of the surge in demand for rental accommodation in the capital

US property giant Marathon Asset Management has instructed joint agents Savills Ireland and Eastdil Secured, a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank, to sell(...)

Five  Hanover Quay has come to the market for €190 million

Joint agents JLL and London-based Eastdil Secured expect to see demand from a wide range of international investors for the newly-developed Five Hanov(...)

The houses at the St Edmund’s scheme comprise a mix of terraced and semi-detached units

Carysfort Capital, the Irish property investment firm headed by Michael Looney, has paid more than €34 million, excluding VAT, for a portfolio of 102 (...)

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