Kennedy Wilson

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The Times building on D’Olier Street in Dublin

Four retail units at the former offices of The Irish Times on D’Olier Street in Dublin 2 are on the letting market through CBRE quoting rents of €190 (...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane

Not for the first time, Irish listed property group Cairn Homes has blown its rivals away with a bid for a prime residential site in Dublin by offerin(...)

Kennedy Wilson, the development manager of the Capital Dock site, will ultimately own an 85 per cent interest in the site, with Nama owning the balance.

Capital Dock, where JP Morgan has just acquired a 12,000sq m (130,000sq ft) building, is a development by Kennedy Wilson, an international real estate(...)

JP Morgan is to acquire a 130,000sq ft building in the heart of Dublin’s docklands in a move that will provide the US investment bank with the capacity to double its Irish work force to 1,000.

JP Morgan is to acquire a 130,000sq ft building in the heart of Dublin’s docklands in a move that will provide the US investment bank with the capaci(...)

The Montrose site’s development value has been greatly enhanced over the past three years by the economic recovery

The long delayed sale of part of RTÉ’s Donnybrook grounds in Dublin 4 is finally to proceed with the national broadcaster now planning to dispose of 8(...)

Block H at Central Park, Leopardstown. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Allied Irish Banks has settled on a newly-completed office building at Central Park in Leopardstown, Dublin 18, to accommodate more than 500 support s(...)

Numbers 8,10 and 12 Lwr Kilmacud Rd are producing a rental income of €262,000.

Three high-yielding retail buildings and an office suite opposite Stillorgan Shopping Centre in Co Dublin Are to be offered for sale through QRE Real(...)

Jailed fraudster Achilleas Kallakis: was involved with numbers seven and eight St James’s Square, London, which have been sold for £245.9m by Irish developer Green Property

AIB is likely to share in any proceeds from Green Property’s €290 million sale of a London mansion and an office building once linked to jailed fraud(...)

Nama believes the Dublin office market will be a beneficiary as UK-based firms move activities as a result of Brexit

Nama has cautioned it may be nearing an end to a two-year trend of upgrading its lifetime profit forecast, as it is caught by new tax laws aimed at ov(...)

The Casino was developed by Gannon Homes in 2005

One of Dublin’s best contemporary apartment developments looks set to become a highlight of the new selling season in January when the multi-family in(...)

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