Kennedy Wilson

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Sales at Apple’s Irish-registered international holding company rose 13.1 per cent to $155.8 billion (€141 billion) in 2018, new accounts filed by the company show

The US owner of the Shelbourne Hotel and builder of Dublin’s Capital Dock says that the Republic is set to become its biggest European market by incom(...)

Kennedy Wilson recently finished a commercial and residential complex on the south bank of the Liffey, Capital Dock, which it owns in a 50/50 partnership with insurer Axa. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The US owner of the Shelbourne Hotel and builder of Dublin’s Capital Dock says the Republic is set to become its biggest European market by income. K(...)

 Ryanair: reports Q1 results on Tuesday.  Photograph:  Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, Ryanair. Indicators: Irish industrial production by sector (2018); UK Nationwide housing prices (Jul), net lending (...)

Computer generated image of the Wilton Park estate which includes the former Fitzwilton House, now One Wilton Park.

Property fund Iput has been granted planning permission for a €350 million redevelopment of the Wilton Park site in Dublin 2, which it says will creat(...)

Mahon Point Retail Park, Co Cork

The sale of two of Co Cork’s most substantial retail assets closed last month in off-market deals totalling €78 million. Mahon Point Retail Park, adj(...)

Apartments at Capital Dock on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin: Kennedy Wilsons development charges in excess of €3,000 a month per apartment. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

For the second time in three days, we’ve had a report suggesting institutional investors in the property market far from being the villains of the pie(...)

Investors like Kennedy Wilson and Carysfort Capital are setting new rental highs in the docklands, with rents ranging from €3,300 at Capital Dock for a two -bed apartment and from €3,700 at Opus on Hanover Quay.

For the second time in three days, we’ve had a report suggesting institutional investors in the property market far from being the villians of the pea(...)

 Green Reit site at the corner of Molesworth Street and Dawson Street: Irish portfolio is valued at €1.5 billion.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Green Reit, the publicly listed Irish property investor, could avoid taxes worth at least €50 million when it sells its valuable Irish property portfo(...)

While the Republic’s regulator, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, reviews most such deals, the EU steps in where those involved reach a certain scale. Photograph: Getty Images

EU competition regulators have given the go-ahead to landlord Kennedy Wilson and French insurer Axa to form a joint venture that will own more than 1,(...)

The Property Price Register has undoubtedly given a much-needed quantitative insight into the Irish property market – but it has its flaws. Photograph: Getty Images

It was hailed as revolutionary when introduced in 2012 and has undoubtedly given a much-needed insight into the Irish property market. No longer do r(...)

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