Ray Grehan

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An image of the proposed development at the former Techrete site in Howth, Co Dublin. Photograph: Marlet

The construction of more than 500 apartments on a controversial former industrial site in Howth village Co Dublin has been approved by An Bord Pleanál(...)

Various defects, including cracks in support columns, had emerged which have rendered the basement carpark “unfit for use”. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has found that Glenkerrin Homes and receivers appointed to it by Nama are legally obliged to ensure that works which could cost som(...)

The latest figures point to labour costs in the construction industry growing at an annual 5.4 per cent rate in the second quarter. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

It’s a decade to the week since boom-time developers Bernard McNamara and Ray Grehan took desperate measures as the property market was in freefall. (...)

There are 274 apartments across nine blocks for sale at The Grange.

One of the largest residential investments offered for sale in Dublin in recent years along with a further development site may well set a record pri(...)

Lansdowne Place, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

The highest price ever paid for an apartment in the State has been recorded at Lansdowne Place, Chartered Land’s under construction apartment scheme i(...)

North Bank

One of the last remaining large-scale Dublin city centre apartment developments due to be offered for sale in a single lot by Nama goes on the market (...)

Royal Terrace in Dún Laoghaire on a sunny day is one of those gleaming townhouse squares where at any moment you might expect a throng in Victorian dr(...)

Block C: The 58,000sq ft office building in Maynooth is 70% let to Capita Asset Services.

A partially occupied office building at the front of Maynooth Business Campus in Co Kildare is to be offered for sale at €4.65 million, which will sho(...)

AIB: heading back to the private sector. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

As speculation of an imminent announcement on the long-awaited return of AIB to the main stock markets in Dublin and London went into overdrive last w(...)

There is hardly a more salient emblem of Ireland’s recent fortunes than the 6.8 acre former Berkeley Court and Jury’s hotels site in Dublin’s Ballsbri(...)

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