Henry J Lyons

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The Sorting Office scheme is currently under development in Dublin’s south docklands.

Singapore-headquartered real-estate investment trust Mapletree Investments has completed its purchase for €240 million of the Sorting Office, the 19,5(...)

The extension at Scoil Chríost Rí boy’s national school in Caherdavin, Co Limerick won the  public vote.

A Limerick primary school extension for students with autism has won the annual Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) people’s choice de(...)

An artist’s impression of the townhouses at the proposed Baldoyle residential scheme.

Developers and investors looking to capitalise on the significant demand for accommodation in both Dublin’s owner-occupier market and private rented s(...)

An artist’s impression of The Sorting Office which is being developed by the Marlet Property Group

A Singapore-headquartered real estate investment trust is closing in on a deal to buy the Sorting Office, an 18,766sq m (202,000sq ft) office scheme b(...)

Half Moon Street on Lavitts Quay in Cork extends to 11,110sq m (119,589sq ft) of retail and grade A office space.

The most significant property sale so far this year in Cork city hits the market this week with news that O’Callaghan Properties is seeking to offload(...)

CGI artist’s impression of the Prism building, Cork

“If Apple was coming to Cork today it wouldn’t be going up to Hollyhill; it would be directed to all that space in the docklands which, incidentally, (...)

The site in Dolphin’s Barn which is available for €7m. Photograph: Enda Cavanagh

Two ready-to-go residential sites in Dublin 8 with permission for a total of 124 apartments are guiding a combined €11.5 million through joint agents (...)

The adjoining blocks, at 51-54 Pearse Street and Magennis Court, have come on the market at €27 million

Two fully-let Dublin 2 office blocks with potential to increase their rent roll and size have come on the market at €27 million through agent Knight F(...)

Casino Marino: Ireland’s miniature 18th-century architectural masterpiece

Open House Dublin, the annual architectural showcase, starts today and runs all weekend. We’ll all get to peek behind the doors of buildings, private (...)

Central Park in Dublin 18: the L-shaped floor plates offer 1,273sq m (13,700sq ft) with full-height glazing.

Rent of €323 per sq m (€30 per sq ft) is being quoted by joint agents Knight Frank and CBRE for the latest office block to come on the letting market (...)

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