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Hibernia Reit chief executive Kevin Nowlan predicted that the damage done by measures to constrain the pandemic to commercial property values in Dublin would depend on how long the crisis lasts.

The final damage done to office values in Dublin by Covid-19 restrictions will depend on the length of the crisis, according to Hibernia Real Estate I(...)

The dispute is the second rent disagreement Eason has had with a Galway landlord in recent months. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Books and stationery retailer, Eason, is embroiled in a rental dispute with Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Developments in relation to its unit in Galway Shop(...)

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(...)

English and philosophy teacher Patrick Murtagh with his second year students in the grounds of Temple Carrig School in Greystones, Co Wicklow. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The sense of freedom that the second year English students at Temple Carrig School in Greystones, Co Wicklow, exude in their outdoor class is palpable(...)

Since its establishment more than three years ago, TikTok has garnered in the region of one billion users globally.

TikTok is weighing plans to take on up to 500,000sq ft of office space in Dublin to facilitate a major expansion of its Irish-based operations. The C(...)

30-33 Molesworth St, which was previously owned by Green Reit, has been sold to German investor KanAm  Grund by Henderson Park for €60m.

UK property company Henderson Park Capital is understood to have secured about €60 million from the sale of a prime Dublin office building to the Germ(...)

2 Burlington Road was previously owned by Green Reit, which was acquired by Henderson Park Capital for €1.34bn in 2019.

UK property company Henderson Park Capital is understood to have secured about €94 million from the sale of the Dublin headquarters of the EBS Buildin(...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau can seize assets in Ireland without a conviction, providing it can prove on the balance of probabilities they resulted from criminal activity. File photograph: An Garda Síochána

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) is to begin targeting the overseas assets of organised criminals as part of a widening of its enforcement activities (...)

People queueing to get into Copper Face Jacks night club Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The company behind Cathal Jackson’s storied Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin paid out a dividend of €45.95 million to a related company owned by (...)

4 Hilton Mews, Harcourt Terrace, D2.

4 Hilton Mews, Harcourt Terrace, Dublin 2 Three-bedroom terraced in need of a refresh with around 109 sq m of living space including a large livingro(...)

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