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Docklands resident Michael Ingle believes the cost of rents in the area, while not desirable, is to an extent understandable. Photograph: Dave Meehan

As Google says it would “think about” subsidising housing in Dublin to ease the accommodation crisis, and developer Johnny Ronan offers the company th(...)

The Benson Building at 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay will contain 14 one-bedroom apartments, 43 two-bedroom homes and 15 three-bedroom units.

German fund Patrizia AG has added yet again to its burgeoning Dublin build-to-rent portfolio having agreed to pay €52.5 million for a block of apartme(...)

Number 3 Windsor Terrace, a charming, light-filled house, dates from 1820 – according to the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage – and is hom(...)

Just beyond St James’s Hospital on Mount Brown, connecting St James’s Street to the Old Kilmainham Road, is a row of terraced houses named Faulkner’s (...)

Apartment 1, Verschoyle House, Verschoyle Place, Dublin 2 Bright one-bedroom apartment in a small development near Merrion Square. Number 1 has 47sq m(...)

28 Martin Street, Portobello, Dublin 8.

28 Martin Street, Portobello, Dublin 8 Terraced two-bed house house minutes from the canal, with an airy open-plan interior. Around 80sq m fully refu(...)

Capital Dock, where serviced apartments are available for €6,500 a month. Growth of serviced apartments in Dublin’s city centre is squeezing the availabilisty of long-term rents. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

There wasn’t much good news for tenants in Monday’s report from Daft.ie on the state of the rental market, and the situation might actually even be wo(...)

3 Pudding Row, Temple Bar

9 Pudding Row, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Two bedroom duplex on the first and second floors of this corner building with secure car parking. Around 78 sq m (...)

It you like light, space and living the high life then number 79 Block B, Smithfield Market, in Dublin 7 could be for you. The triplex penthouse, whi(...)

304 Mother Theresa House, a penthouse apartment in Rathfarnham, features floor-to-ceiling windows in the  livingroom

Vendors Brian and Cathy can but hope that the sale of their spacious, light-filled Rathfarnham apartment is less tortured than its acquisition. After (...)

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