Kennedy Wilson

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Axa is to take an initial 50 per cent stake in a portfolio of Dublin properties which includes units in the Clancy Quay development. Photograph: Eric Luke

Axa Investment Managers – Real Assets, the asset management arm of the French financial services giant, has entered the Irish private rented sector fo(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn constructed the building just as the property market was collapsing. Photograph: Daragh MacSweeney/Provision

Ireland’s tallest building will change hands for up to €95 million after competition regulators approved its sale on Friday. Landlord Kennedy Wilson (...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn   in front of the   tower, which his group built in 2008, just as the Republic’s property market was collapsing. Photograph: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

US landlord Kennedy Wilson will pay about €95 million for Ireland’s tallest building, the Elysian Tower apartment block, which it is buying from priva(...)

Elysian Tower in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

US property player Kennedy Wilson is in pole position to buy Ireland’s tallest building, the Elysian Tower apartment block in Cork, from its owner, pr(...)

Honeypark in Dún Laoghaire: the Leona and Charlotte buildings were sold for   €132m   in the third quarter of 2017

There will be more than €500 million worth of transactions in the multi-family and build-to-rent residential market in 2018, according to a new review(...)

The Landings beside the Central Bank. US banks Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Citigroup are among firms that plan to expand in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city office rents will plateau next year at levels last seen at their 2008 peak as new developments come on stream and the market “is closely w(...)

A Bank of Ireland ad has had a mystifying Twitter backlash for highlighting “Orla” and her boyfriend, who moved home to save up a deposit.

An unintentionally funny episode of the pointless drama over a Bank of Ireland blog about a house-hunting young couple arose on Pat Kenny’s Newstalk s(...)

The Times building on D’Olier Street in Dublin

Four retail units at the former offices of The Irish Times on D’Olier Street in Dublin 2 are on the letting market through CBRE quoting rents of €190 (...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane

Not for the first time, Irish listed property group Cairn Homes has blown its rivals away with a bid for a prime residential site in Dublin by offerin(...)

Kennedy Wilson, the development manager of the Capital Dock site, will ultimately own an 85 per cent interest in the site, with Nama owning the balance.

Capital Dock, where JP Morgan has just acquired a 12,000sq m (130,000sq ft) building, is a development by Kennedy Wilson, an international real estate(...)

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