Michael Cotter

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Computer-generated image of the proposed apartment block.

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission to Michael Cotter’s Park Developments for a €125 million apartment block development in Leopardstown (...)

3. The Sorting Office, Dublin docklands – sold for €240 million

When the total volume of investment in Ireland’s commercial property market hit a record €4.6 billion in 2014, any expectations of that figure being s(...)

Upwards of 20 parties are understood to have expressed an interest in the sale of the Reflector building.

German global real estate investment group Deka Immobilien has acquired the Reflector office building on Hanover Quay in Dublin’s south docklands for (...)

Hanover Court comprises 40 one-, two- and three-bed apartments and is likely to appeal to individual investors and professionals

In a novel departure, Michael Cotter’s Park Developments has opted to buck the current docklands trend towards block sales of multi-unit developments (...)

An illustration of what the Killiney development will look like on completion

A ready-to-go site with permission for 43 homes near Killiney Shopping Centre is on the market at €6.25 million through agent CBRE. The 0.8-hectare s(...)

The 3.75-acre site for apartment development on Church Road, Killiney, Co Dublin

The shortage of new residential properties in Killiney, Co Dublin, is to be partially addressed following the purchase of a 3.75-acre site for €9.5 mi(...)

Sisk was owed more than €17m by Parsis, but it recently accepted less than €8m in ‘full and final settlement’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The building company John Sisk & Co has taken a €9 million writedown as part of a deal to walk away from a high-profile development site in one of(...)

Fernbank, a Park Developments project: the builder has taken fresh borrowings from Bank of Ireland and AIB, secured on the group’s assets.

Profits at builder Park Developments’ main business almost doubled to €11.3 million last year, according to the latest figures. Park exited Nama in J(...)

Fernbank, a Park Developments project.

Irish property group Park Developments has exited Nama after repaying its loans and arranging a refinancing with AIB and Bank of Ireland. The size o(...)

Cherrywood in south Dublin: undeveloped land bank is set to become new town centre.

To much fanfare, the Government identified Cherrywood as south Dublin’s newest suburb back in 2010. Wedged southeast of Carrickmines and northwest of (...)

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