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An impression of Salesforce Tower located beside the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters in Dublin

Developer Johnny Ronan’s bid to increase the height of Salesforce’s new European headquarters at Spencer Dock has been rejected for a second time by D(...)

The sale of Nos 4 and 5 Dublin Landings was one of five deals in Q1 to surpass the largest deal in Q2.

The Dublin office market has registered the highest-ever level of take-up for the first half of a year, with 1.717 million sq ft of space transacted i(...)

Oakmount’s efforts to secure a tenant for No 73 North Wall Quay should be enhanced by the strength of its location

Developer Paddy McKillen jnr’s Oakmount and partners Core Capital have paid around €10 million to acquire a key waterfront site in the Dublin dockland(...)

Bank of Ireland  forecasts profit after tax of €765 million, an 11 per cent increase on 2017. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, Hammerson. Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Jan). It is a big week for Irish lenders, with Bank of Ireland, A(...)

The design by Noonan Moran Architecture for 73 North Wall Quay in Dublin’s docklands

Arthur Molloy and Michael Sherry, of Molloy & Sherry logistics, have secured planning permission for a nine-storey over basement development at 73(...)

Johnny Ronan, now often to be found in the Ivy restaurant in Dublin, thinks he is back after his Celtic Tiger misadventures. Photograph: Tom McEnaney/McEnaney Media

It was early summer in 2014, and Johnny Ronan, then still a ward of Nama, was trying to kickstart the deal that he hoped would restore him to commerci(...)

The AIB Bank centre complex in Ballsbridge where Colony Capital and Ronan Group Real Estate are developing land that will be let to Facebook. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Los Angeles real-estate investment group Colony Capital has said it was committed long-term to the Dublin market, where it was focusing on “mega lease(...)

Cranes over Dublin city centre: April’s total is comfortably more than double the 31 recorded on February 1st, 2016, when the  crane survey was launched. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There were 78 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on May 1st from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street. Thi(...)

The number of cranes visible from the roof of The Irish Times was 66 on May 1st. Photograph: Alan Betson

There were 66 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on May 1st from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street. This(...)

The number of cranes on Dublin’s skyline is expected to increase. Photograph: Alan Betson

There were 65 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on March 1st from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street. Th(...)

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