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Lucan Shopping Centre in Co Dublin.

Two European funds are in the process of buying three Dublin shopping centres anchored by SuperValu for more than €72 million. The sales underline t(...)

Work has begun on the redevelopment and it is expected to be complete by May 2017

The former McGowans pub in Churchtown – sold for €16 million in 2007 – is to be redeveloped into five retail units after lying idle for a number of ye(...)

The HMS ‘Queen Mary’ explodes during the Battle of Jutland. Arthur Kidney from Barryroe died when the ship went down. Image: Ohne Angabe/Wikimedia Commons

One hundred years on, two west Cork communities has marked one of its darkest days when six men from the area perished in the Battle of Jutland. Six (...)

The Royal Hibernian Way: Friends First to invest in improving offering and bringing in additional traders to coincide with Luas arrival

The Royal Hibernian Way, one of Dublin’s almost forgotten shopping malls, is to be upgraded by owners Friends First following its acquisition of the r(...)

The Elm Park development was the largest property undertaking by developer Bernard McNamara, who, in conjunction with Jerry O’Reilly and the late Dav(...)

Lucan Shopping Centre in west Dublin, where the guide price of more than €40 million would show an initial yield of 6.45 per cent.

Three Dublin shopping complexes anchored by SuperValu and another in Waterford are to be offered for sale from today at an overall guide price of more(...)

3 Harbourmaster Place, which contains office space of 4,919sq m over five floors and 41 basement car-parking spaces.

Demand for the original office buildings in Dublin’s IFSC continues to hold up with another block, 3 Harbourmaster Place, selling to an Italian insura(...)

British ships in the Battle of Jutland on May 31st,   1916.  Photograph: Express/Getty Images

Relatives of those Irishmen who served at sea during the first World War have been invited to share their stories in advance of the centenary of the B(...)

The building in Dublin’s docklands is particularly well located, overlooking George’s dock and close to Connolly railway station. Space is currently fully let, producing €2,456,000 rental income annually.

The first office investment to be offered for sale this year in Dublin’s fast-changing IFSC, 3 Harbourmaster Place, goes on the market today with a g(...)

The Elm Park  portfolio was developed just before the property crash at a cost of about €550 million

US investment fund Starwood has emerged as the preferred bidder for Elm Park, the vast office and residential development on Merrion Road, Dublin 4, w(...)

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