Fumbally Lane

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45 Old Bond Street, in London: Dublin-based BCP Asset Management is said to be considering a sale

Investors with Dublin-based BCP Asset Management could be in line for a significant boost from the company’s boom-era investment in a prime property i(...)

This part of Dublin 8 has undergone a significant amount of redevelopment in recent years.

A prime ready-to-go infill site in an up-and-coming part of Dublin 8 is on the market at more than €10 million through joint agents Knight Frank and J(...)

Nick Cullen, investment director at BCP, noted that Fumbally Lane was almost fully occupied

Property investor M7 has earned a €9 million profit on the €33.5 million sale of a Dublin office that it bought 20 months ago. The company, whose hea(...)

Nowhere gets on this list of Ireland’s best cafes – part of our 100 best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland 2018 – through anything other(...)

The Greenway by Iconic Offices. David Lawlor and Amos Unkovich of Brand New Creative use the break-out booths. Photograph: Dave Meehan

“This is Narnia,” says Hazel Shaw as she opens a big blue wardrobe on the first floor of the multicoloured co-working space Tara Buildings, painted by(...)

All of the Fumbally units come with car parking, showers and bike racks

Rents of 323-457.50 per sq m (30-42.50 per sq ft) are being quoted for fully fitted office space in Dublin 8 through agent CBRE. The offices are a sh(...)

 Mayfield Eatery on Terenure Road North: an  old butcher shop that was turned it into ‘a tiny neighbourhood restaurant with real personality’. Photograph: Alan Betson

International tourism expert Prof Michael Hall has said he would never recommend Dublin to anyone for a short break as the city is a “rip-off”. The p(...)

The current rent roll of €1.7m can be driven to more than €2m once the existing vacant space at the Markland Group complex is leased

A high quality modern office block alongside three former distillery buildings skilfully converted for office and residential use at Fumbally, Dublin(...)