St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin,   is currently producing rental income of about €8 million. Photograph:   Alan Betson

US-headquartered real estate giant Hines, a fund managed by Davy Real Estate, and a private investor acting in partnership with developer Eamon Duigna(...)

Harvey’s Point was opened on the lakes of Lough Eske   in 1989

One of Ireland’s most popular family-owned hotels has been sold to an investment fund. Harvey’s Point in Donegal has been run by hoteliers Deirdre Mc(...)

Davy Real Estate’s Davy Irish Property Fund (DIPF) has won the MSCI European Property Investment Award 2018 for best performing fund in the Irish mark(...)

Davy building at 20 On Hatch, on Hatch Street Lower: MetLife  agreed to extend the lease on its European operational base by a further 10 years. Photograph: Gareth Byrne Photography

The Davy Irish Property Fund has raised by 45 per cent the value of a key portfolio building in Dublin that’s mainly let out to MetLife, as the US fin(...)

Nutgrove Shopping Centre in Rathfarnham in south Dublin, in which Davy’s Irish Property Fund holds a controlling stake.

Davy’s Irish Property Fund, where holdings include a controlling stake in the Nutgrove Shopping Centre in Rathfarnham in south Dublin, is understood t(...)

The Waterside development

Competition on rents between ongoing suburban office developments and newly completed city centre office blocks is set to continue with the announceme(...)

Davy’s Irish property fund achieved the highest balanced total return relative to the IPD benchmark annualised over three years up to December 2015

The Davy Irish Property Fund has won the IPD European Property Investment Award after being judged the best performing fund in the Irish market. The (...)

Waterloo Exchange was sold in 2012 to Davy Real Estate for €22.5 million and has since been remodelled.

Jazz Pharmaceuticals is to lease about 4,088sq m (44,000sq ft) of grade A office space at a rent of about €516.66 per square metre (€48 per square foo(...)

Waterloo Exchange, at the intersection of Waterloo Road, Upper Baggot Street and Pembroke Road, was sold to Davy Real Estate in 2012 for €22.5m

The high-profile 1960s office building, originally known as St Martin’s House and recently renamed Waterloo Exchange, at the intersection of Waterloo (...)

Nutgrove: new contemporary image planned for the centre

After broadening the appeal of the 30-year-old centre by signing up two new brands, Carrig Donn and Tiger, Davy Real Estate is planning further refurb(...)

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