Percy Place

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Prof Éamon de Valera in 1958

Evidence that a gynaecologist at the National Maternity Hospital on Holles Street, Dublin, faked documents to facilitate four illegal adoptions over 6(...)

Three Haddington Buildings comprises 20,131sq ft of office space over four floors

German fund Quadoro Doric has increased its overall investment in the Irish market to just under €142 million following its acquisition in an off-mark(...)

Dublin Citi Hotel has been bought by Dr Stanley Quek and his business partner Peng Loh

The Dublin Citi Hotel and Trinity Bar on Dame Street have sold for about €12 million. Singapore businessman Dr Stanley Quek, who has strong links with(...)

Kirby Tarrant, partner in charge of Clark Hill’s new Dublin office

US law firm Clark Hill has announced a strategic tie-up with the Irish firm O’Gradys Solicitors. The move gives the Irish entity significantly more (...)

Daniel Daudet: obtained a PPS number under the name Alexander Daude in 2002 and used this to claim €175,000 in unemployment, Back to Education and rent allowances on dates up to 2015

A French music teacher who rented a Dublin penthouse apartment with its own private swimming pool had dual identities so he could work and claim socia(...)

Three defendants, including Beaumont Hospital, will meet a settlement of €25,000 to a woman who was kicked and pushed by an agency nurse during an incident in 2011.   Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

An 83-year-old woman, who was kicked twice in the legs and several times pushed forcefully back into her chair while being fed by a health carer at Be(...)

A computer-generated image of the Vertium Building, in which U+I owns a 20 per cent interest

UK-listed property group U+I realised £3 million (€3.5 million) less than it expected when it sold its interest in Irish properties including Percy Pl(...)

The ground floor High Nelly’s coffee shop at the junction of Haddington Road and Percy Place in Dublin 2 has been bought by a private investor for €64(...)

Percy Place: attractively located overlooking the Grand Canal in central Dublin.

Irish Life has surprised the Dublin investment market by buying a newly completed restaurant, cafe and office development at Percy Place for less tha(...)

Move to demolish existing site and build a five-storey apartment block

The Roche family has emerged as the mystery buyer of 53 Percy Place, a prime development site in Ballsbridge that was sold recently by Waterways Irela(...)

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