An artist’s impression of Cherrywood town centre.

US investment firms Hines and King Street Capital, who acquired a 412-acre site in Cherrywood in south Dublin four years ago for €240 million, are pr(...)

The aftermath of a fire at the Metro hotel in Ballymun in March this year.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Fingal County Council and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council are conducting a “market-sounding exercise” with regard to the inspection of private r(...)

A newly-registered company has lodged a planning application to build 14 houses and 38 apartments at the rear of three properties backing on to Leopardstown racecourse.

Development continues apace in the leafy south Dublin suburb of Foxrock, with a new planning application just lodged for the construction of 52 proper(...)

The most expensive vacant site in Dublin is the former Player Wills cigarette factory on the South Circular Road, valued at €23.8 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Vacant sites worth more than €430 million, which could be used for the development of thousands of houses, have been identified across Dublin city and(...)

Photograph: Richard Johnston

What do you do when you love to garden but don’t have a garden of your own? That’s the conundrum facing an increasing number of Irish people as apartm(...)

Dunnes Brothers is a ground works and general contractor. Photograph: iStock

Builder Glenman Corporation faces possible High Court action in a dispute over a €160,000 debt allegedly owed to subcontractor Dunne Brothers Ltd. Ga(...)

An artist’s impression of the new Cherrywood town centre.

International developer Hines has received planning permission to build a 2.1 million sq ft town centre at Cherrywood, including almost 1,300 apartmen(...)

Presiding Officer Carmel McBride looks on as a voter casts their vote in Inishbofiin. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/PA Wire

Dublin City Council has admitted that some voter registration forms “went astray” following an “unprecedented” surge in applications. Almost 20,000 (...)

Ikea already has a base in Carrickmines where customers can order furniture online and later collect it. It is now looking to open a full outlet. Photograph: Grigoris Siamidis

Ikea is understood to be in advanced talks to buy land from developer Jim Kennedy’s Jackson Way for a new store in south Dublin. The Swedish furnitur(...)

Ballyogan Luas stop. Viscount intends to redevelop part of Clay Farm in Ballyogan.

Developer Micheal Cotter’s Viscount Securities has submitted a new application for permission to build more than 900 homes in south Dublin. An Bord P(...)

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