The Webworks building in Galway: has been promoted as a technology hub for IT start-ups

A Galway businessman based overseas is the front runner to buy a high quality office development, a coach station and a partially built apartment sche(...)

Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon in Dublin 16

The successful Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16, which was sold during the property boom in 2006 for more than €8 million, is back on (...)

Central Park: high-spec office, retail and residential scheme with good transport links

Nama has settled on a guide price of over €250 million for Central Park in Leopardstown, Dublin 18 – the largest single Irish property asset to be off(...)

Hanover Court – 3,592sq m (42,542sq ft) of space and 42 basement car-parking spaces near Grand Canal Square

Two medium-sized office investments, one of them in the south docklands area of Dublin and the other in Tallaght, are to be offered for sale by privat(...)

 Alto Vetro, Grand Canal Basin in Dublin 2

Alto Vetro, the slim but soaring residential tower in Dublin’s Grand Canal Docks completed in 2009 at an overall cost of over €13 million, is expected(...)

The Webworks at Fosters stret, near the main railway station in Galway

A high-quality office development partially funded less than five years ago in Galway city centre by Enterprise Ireland (EI) is to be sold off at a fr(...)

Karen Fitzpatrick (centre), Sarah Morrissey (left) and Lynn Kelly model clothes by Monsoon Accessorize. Photograph: Eric Luke

Women’s clothing and accessories chain Monsoon Accessorize has been granted further High Court protection from creditors until June 12th. (...)

B&Q’s store at Liffey Valley Retail Park in Co Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Home improvements chain B&Q’s bid to have several lease agreements for its stores set aside were adjourned at the High Court today. T(...)

 Models wearing  Monsoon  Accessorize clothing: the examiner says that 10 Monsoon stores must close. Photograph: Eric Luke

The women’s clothing and accessories chain, Monsoon Accessorize, needs to close at least 10 of its 18 stores if it is to have a re(...)

Monsoon Accessorize garments being modelled in Dublin. Mr Justice Brian McGovern has today appointed Declan McDonald of PriceWaterhouseCoopers as examiner to Monsoon Accessorize Ireland Ltd to enable the implementation of a restructuring plan to secure its future. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The women's clothing and accessories chain, Monsoon Accessorize, needs to close a minimum of 10 of its 18 stores if it is to have a reasonable (...)

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