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Developers ‘need to go out early to talk to people about their plans’

It is time for people who live in Dublin to look beyond semi-detached homes as the ideal housing option, a leading Irish architect said. Speaking in (...)

The leafy New Cabra Road, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Cabra is a well-established neighbourhood. In the 1940s, Dublin Corporation created hundreds of homes in the area between th(...)

So while sticking with your negative equity property may feel like Stockholm Syndrome – so long a hostage you develop an alliance with your captor – as a survival strategy, it may be one to consider.

Many accidental landlords who bought apartments at boom-time prices, white-knuckling it through 10 years of negative equity, are now coming up for air(...)

Number One Dartmouth Road is a 10-minute walk from St Stephen’s Green.

The six houses on Dartmouth Road in Ranelagh, and six identical houses on Leeson Park, were designed by architect Joseph Maguire in 1870. These proper(...)

The Frascati Centre has a prime location  in the affluent south Dublin suburb of Blackrock.

The Frascati Centre at Blackrock in south Dublin has now fully opened following the completion of a €30 million programme of extension and refurbishme(...)

Number 95 Monkstown Avenue has been finished throughout to a high standard.

Maison, number 95 Monkstown Avenue, is one of a small number of houses set far back off the main road with a crescent of grass and trees screening som(...)

Helena McCartan, Margaret Tierney Smith, Anne Lynch and Breege O’Connell on the first episode of Goodbye House

How do you present the upside to downsizing? For Goodbye House (RTÉ One, Tuesday, 8.30pm), a piece of lifestyle advice programming that feels suspicio(...)

 The volume of house sales nationally rose  1.2%  to 25,192 over the first six months of the year, although the value of those transactions was down on the same period last year by 0.6% at €7.2bn. Photograph: Getty Images

There was a strong pick-up in house sales in most parts of the Dublin commuter belt in the first half of the year even as the market slowed down in th(...)

‘Why put myself through the torture of looking at lovely properties that I’ll never even be able to afford? And why do I find this so soothing?’ Photograph: Kevin Van Paassen/Bloomberg via Getty

Some people like to unwind of an evening with some knitting in front of the TV, or a crossword, or even a spot of gaming. Me, I like nothing more than(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed Project Waterfront scheme as seen from the South Quays.

Developer Johnny Ronan has offered Google the option to secure all 1,000 apartments his company is planning to build on lands it controls in Dublin’s (...)

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