Record investment spend was recorded in the Irish market during 2019 as a result of the  €1.34 billion Green Reit sale. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Despite continued uncertainty around Brexit and the geo-political noise that dominated the news agenda during the last 12 months, 2019 proved to be an(...)

The study suggests that a lack of residential property is potentially going to become the biggest constraint on the growth of Dublin in the years to come

Dublin has become a considerably less attractive place for real estate investment, according to a new study. The Irish capital has been ranked in 12t(...)

Westport in Co Mayo was singled out as a place that is attractive and “people-friendly”. Photograph: Eye Ubiquitous/UIG via Getty Images

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Ireland is seeking submissions for its inaugural “excellence in placemaking awards” to reward communities and organi(...)

John Mulcahy: “While the public sector is good at lots of things, there’s one thing it’s not very good at, and that’s building of any description.” Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The proposed establishment of the Land Development Agency is the latest policy measure by the Government to help tackle our housing crisis. The aim is(...)

Dublin generated €4 billion in property activity in the 12 months to the end of September. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Dublin is among the top five European cities for property investment, the fourth time it has made the list in as many years. The Irish city lost out(...)

No 2 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin, one of a number of office investments in the area to have changed hands last year. Photograph: Eric Luke/Irish Times

Dublin remains the second best city in Europe for real estate investment and development, according to a new report.The Emerging Trends in Real Estate(...)