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Castle Oaks House Hotel is located within 10km of Limerick city.

Castle Oaks House Hotel in the village of Castleconnell, Co Limerick, is expected to attract considerable interest from investors and the strongly-per(...)

The redeveloped Donnybrook House in Dublin 4, renamed DBH

Donnybrook House, for many years a tired and outdated centre for AIB’s computer services, has been largely redeveloped to accommodate high-quality off(...)

CGI of proposed No 2 The Landings in Dublin docklands

A South Korean institutional investor is closing in on a deal to buy the second of five office buildings being developed in the Dublin docklands by S(...)

Blackcastle land outside Navan, Co Meath

A 59-acre site in Navan, Co Meath, zoned for a high-density residential development, shops and public amenities has been sold to Stock Exchange-listed(...)

BC1, which is owned by Clyde Real Estate, extends to nearly 3,400sq m.

Two substantial detached production/office buildings formerly used as call centres by IBM at Ballycoolin Business Park in Dublin 15 will be offered fo(...)

Barnacles Hostel, Dublin

Two highly successful hostels with a total of 289 bed spaces – Barnacles Hostel in Temple Bar, Dublin, and Barnacles Hostel at Quay Street, Galway – a(...)

Block C, City Gate Park, Mahon, Cork

A high-quality office building owned by Quest Software International Ltd, at City Gate Park in Mahon, Cork, comes on the market this week on a sale a(...)

No 33-34 Essex Street East: full planning permission for restaurant use

Property agent CBRE expects considerable interest in a Victorian-style restaurant in the centre of Dublin’s busy Temple Bar area, which is for sale at(...)

CGI of proposed No 2 Dublin Landings in the docklands

Only months after selling the first of five office buildings under construction in the Dublin docklands, Irish property company Ballymore and its Sin(...)

Schuh shop: the 25-year lease, which has more than seven years to run, produces a rent of €480,000.

With a range of improvements on the way for Dublin’s O’Connell Street, Iput Property Fund has made a timely move to sell the successful Schuh footwear(...)

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