Development land in demand: Sandyford in Dublin 18 had the second-largest deal, for the sale of a site with full planning permission for 459 apartments to Avestus for €38 million

Development land transactions are expected to pick up the pace in the second half of the year, with an estimated €240 million worth of land sale agree(...)

Two notable sales took place in Dublin’s docklands in 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Last year saw the highest volume in development land transactions since the economic crash, with land for the residential sector comprising the majori(...)

Cairn Homes paid €107.5 million for 8.64 acres of RTÉ’s Montrose campus in 2017

The €575 million of development land sales last year was 17 per cent down on 2016, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield. However, t(...)

A model of Ballymore Group’s proposed development of Dublin Landings,  a 1,000,000sq ft mixed-use development situated along Dublin’s North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson

“The scarcity and cost of residential accommodation in Dublin concerns me . . . something needs to be done to get the residential market back building(...)

A 6.75 acre site at Swords Road in Drumcondra, Dublin 9,  has planning permission for 358 apartments and is valued around €12 to €13 million

With Dublin’s housing shortage unlikely to be solved for a considerable time, there is likely to be strong interest in a well-located, mixed portfolio(...)

The docklands site, located next to a Luas station, was sold by Declan McDonald of receiver PricewaterhouseCoopers.

A new development company formed by UK and Irish investors is to proceed with the construction of a substantial residential complex for students besid(...)

The development sites in Rathfarnham

Agents DTZ Sherry FitzGerald seem to have got the timing right for the sale of almost 25 acres of development land with planning permission for 253 ho(...)

In addition to bed spaces and commercial outlets the scheme will have 462sq m of floor space set aside for “enterprise and community use”

The rush to provide residential accommodation for the fast- growing student population in Dublin will be given a further boost shortly when a high pro(...)

Loreto Hall is on the south side of St Stephen’s Green next to the modern office building which replaced the Department of Justice

One of the great Georgian houses on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green, owned by the Loreto Order since 1911, is expected to attract considerable interest fr(...)