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An aerial view of Unit 1, Dublin Airport Logistics Park. The property is located just 250m from the airport itself.

Irish property company Iput has secured global logistics specialist Geodis Ireland Ltd as tenant for all 185,000sq ft of space at Unit 1, Dublin Airpo(...)

The Four Courts. The High Court was told mediation efforts to resolve the dispute had failed last month.

A real estate company is suing an engineering firm and an architects for €1.3 million for allegedly failing to provide for proper waterproofing in the(...)

Block P1 at EastPoint Business Park in Dublin 3 is let to Conduit Enterprises Ltd at a rent of €910,000 per annum.

Strong demand is expected from both domestic and international investors in four Dublin offices which have been brought to the market by agent Savills(...)

An artist’s impression of  Wilton Park in Dublin 2. The scheme is being developed by Iput.

LinkedIn is set to establish a major European headquarter campus in Dublin city centre after agreeing a deal to pre-let the remaining 39,950sq m (430,(...)

An employee carries an item through a warehouse. There has been a new wave of developers to the Irish industrial and logistics property market. File photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In June 2019, investment behemoth Blackstone bought a portfolio of US warehouse investment properties for $18.7 billion. Why? Because it believes that(...)

A computer-generated image of  Wilton Park in Dublin 2. The scheme is  being  developed by Iput.

LinkedIn looks set to follow the lead of Google, Facebook and Salesforce, through the creation of a major campus for its European headquarters in Dubl(...)

An artists impression of the facillity at Carrickmines.

Planning permission has been granted for a large new retail and residential development in south Dublin, despite strong opposition from the owners of (...)

Computer generated image of the Wilton Park estate which includes the former Fitzwilton House, now One Wilton Park.

Property fund Iput has been granted planning permission for a €350 million redevelopment of the Wilton Park site in Dublin 2, which it says will creat(...)

Philip Green, whose debt-stricken clothing empire Arcadia Group has been awarded a “lifeline”. Photograph: Benjamin Norman/New York Times

Topshop boss Philip Green once had to apologise to the Irish. The brash retail magnate had suggested to the Guardian that the Irish were illiterate. “(...)

The Setanta Centre building on Nassau Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for a new €100 million office development on Nassau Street in Dublin in spite of the Kilkenny Group w(...)

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