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Model of a pedestrianised entrance to Phoenix Park by Denis Byrne Architects.

Imagining a better Dublin in the future by looking at its history In Dublin by Design, a new book exploring the origins and future of Ireland’s (...)

 The steps of the Powerscourt Centre in Dublin. Dublin is in general not well stocked with such stately staircases.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Walking home through Dublin’s Liberties on one of the warmer weekend nights last month, I was surprised to see a group of locals standing around on a (...)

Gregory Curran at the gate of his Ringsend home, an old coastguard station. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When it comes to searching for our dream home, “stunning sea views” or “sweeping mountain vistas” would probably rank highly in a range of criteria. “(...)

RSCI, St Stephen's Green West

Not many have heard of the busiest firm in the capital who are remaking the city from grafton street to docklands Nearly everyone in Dublin know(...)

The Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies at 10 Burlington Road, above, and 24 St Stephen’s Green  are two of the youngest buildings in Dublin to secure preservation status. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Two 1970s buildings, one of which required the demolition of a Regency house on St Stephen’s Green for its construction, have been added to Dublin cit(...)

Jazz theme: a console table at Number 31 from Niall Mullen Antiques. Photograph:  Conor McCabe Photography

It is not often that an American billionaire has a hands-on approach when it comes to the interior design of a small Dublin hotel, especially when the(...)

Northside Shopping Centre, Coolock: Its sale is understood to have delivered a significant return for the vendor, Patron Capital. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The German family-office investor, AM Alpha, has paid about €50 million to acquire Dublin’s Northside Shopping Centre. The transaction is understood(...)

Iconic: the revolving door of the Shelbourne hotel, on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Photograph: Tom Flemming

Who knew that fancy hotels could be among the riskiest places in Dublin? Compensation culture has claimed its latest victim, and the city’s purists ar(...)

The late Helen Stephenson didn’t have far to move when she downsized from Bartra, the waterside period pile perched on the craggy shores of Dalkey coa(...)

One Building on Lower Grand Canal Street, Stripe’s European HQ, will be sold for nearly €50m to an international investor

The sale of the European headquarters of Stripe at the One Building on Dublin’s Lower Grand Canal Street has been agreed in an off-market transaction (...)

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