Liam Carroll

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Dundalk are without a manager following the exit of Vinny Perth. Photograph: Aleksandar Djorovic/Inpho

In what appears to be a bizarre twist to the increasingly strange story of Dundalk’s latest title defence, Filippo Giovagnoli is expected to take firs(...)

Quintain Ireland’s Michael Hynes (left) and Eddie Byrne at Cherrywood in south Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Quintain Ireland, the homebuilder owned by US private equity giant Lone Star, will seek planning permission for 1,000 new homes before year end on its(...)

Former Irish Glass Bottle Company site: has lain idle since manufacturing stopped there 18 years ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

One crisis left the Irish Glass Bottle Company site in Ringsend, Dublin, in the ownership of the State, which seems likely to press ahead with plans t(...)

An aerial view of Ringsend, including the former Irish Glass Bottle site, now controlled by Nama

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) closed bids for the development of the Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, Dublin on Monday. The State a(...)

Web Summit, the global technology conference co-founded by Irish businessman Paddy Cosgrave, kicks off in Lisbon later today

The DAA made an offer to purchase a site where a contentious plan for a third Dublin airport terminal is being advanced, and told its owners that fail(...)

The 186-bedroomed Tallaght Cross hotel was sold to Thomas Roeggla by an unnamed private investor who bought it from Nama about four years ago

An Austrian investor has bought the Tallaght Cross hotel in west Dublin, which was developed by Nama-bound builder Liam Carroll as the last boom ended(...)

Cherrywood, Co Dublin. The sale of development land to Lone Star is part of the original partners’ strategy to recycle cash committed to the project as opportunities arise. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

An affiliate of US private equity group Lone Star has completed the purchase of almost 118 acres of development land and parks in Cherrywood in south (...)

LRC’s last reported deal in the Irish residential market saw it acquire 44 apartments and six townhouses at Smithfield Lofts on Dublin’s North King Street.

The European property firm, LRC Group, has paid around €150 million to acquire 600 residential and commercial assets from Oaktree affiliate, Targeted (...)

An artists impression of the  proposed town centre at Cherrywood in Dublin.

US private equity giant Lone Star has emerged as the leading bidder for 73 acres of development land that investment firms Hines and King Street Capit(...)

The deal for the Infinity Building underlines the strength of demand for good quality office investments outside the central business district

A Norwegian investor who paid €28.65 million in April 2015 for an office block in Smithfield, Dublin 7, has sold the property in an off-market transac(...)

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