Marine House

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Kevin Nowlan, chief executive of Hibernia Reit. Photograph: Tom Honan

Property investor Hibernia Reit hopes to begin talks with South Dublin County Council shortly on rezoning land for which it paid nearly €30 million la(...)

One of Hibernia Reit’s planned future developments on Harcourt Street.

Real estate investment trust Hibernia Reit is in talks to let two new office blocks due to be finished shortly, according to chief executive Kevin Now(...)

Irish Water’s lack of supply capacity has hampered plans for a large scale development of over 400 homes by Ireland’s largest housebuilder in Maynooth(...)

Hibernia’s buildings occupy a prominent position on the corner of Mount Street Lower and Clanwilliam Place in Dublin

The value of Hibernia Reit’s property portfolio, which comprises mainly central Dublin office space, has eclipsed €1 billion for the first time. The(...)

A newly designed office block intended to replace three others at the corner of Lower Mount Street and Clanwilliam Place

International property investor London + Regional is to test how much commercial property values have recovered in Dublin since the crash by offering(...)

 Pictured at the Hibernia Reit AGM in Dublin today last year [ from left to right]: Tom Edwards Moss CFO , Daniel Kitchen chairman and Kevin Nowlan chief executive. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Property firm Hibernia Reit has bought Marine House, an office building in the centre of Dublin, for €26.5 million. The latest addition to its portfo(...)

Marine House at Clanwilliam Place in Dublin 2:  extends to 3,821sq m (41,132sq ft) and is occupied by tenants Crowe Horwath, WK Nowlan, Waterman Moylan and Ellucian IT. There are 91 underground car-parking spaces

Another office building is to be offered for sale at Clanwilliam Place in Dublin 2. Joint agents Murphy Mulhall and Lisney are seeking offers above €(...)