The former Irish Nationwide HQ on Grand Parade, Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A UK property group, London & Regional Properties (L&R), has sold the former headquarters of the Irish Nationwide Building Society on the Gran(...)

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(...)

Four Seasons Hotel: the Livingstone brothers’ London & Regional Properties group acquired it less than five years ago for about €15 million and is understood to have made a significant return on its initial investment. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Livingstone brothers, the former owners of the Intercontinental Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, paid €2 million to cancel the hotel’s contract wit(...)

17 Ailesbury Road, Ballsbridge: being upgraded by Green REIT managing director Pat Gunne

Property-derived wealth may have become a taboo subject in recent years, however with the economy and property market improving, property millionai(...)

 EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in an interview with French daily ‘Libération’,  said he had been “weakened” by the Lux leaks scandal. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

The Revenue Commissioners are examining the more than 28,000 pages of leaked PricewaterhouseCoopers documents concerning tax deals struck with the Lux(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien: approach to buy Four Seasons hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Denis O’Brien has made an approach to buy the Four Seasons hotel in Dublin, according to the Sunday Times. The 200-bed hotel is owned by London and Re(...)

It’s the end of an era for Dublin’s Four Seasons Hotel which was constructed in 2001.

Dublin’s Four Seasons Hotel will no longer carry the name of the luxury hotel group after its owner, London & Regional, parted ways with the Toron(...)

Kennedy Wilson - AmericaLed by Bill McMorrow, Kennedy Wilson is leading the investors’ buying spree of Dublin commercial property. Its €306 million deal this week for the Opera/Castle Market Holdings portfolio includes the Bank of Ireland building on Mespil Road in Dublin 4. It also owns a stake in the bank itself. Other purchases include the State Street building in the docklands for €108 million, the Gasworks apartment complex in D4 for €84 million, and the Clancy Quay development near Phoenix Park for €40 million.

Dublin, according to Russell Jewell of AEW private equity, is at the centre of a commercial property “feeding frenzy” of international buyers. (...)