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Could Nama be eyeing up a future sale of its units at the Grange in south Dublin?

A newly built block of 54 apartments and penthouses at the Grange in south Dublin, funded by the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), has been put(...)

David Ehrlich, chief executive of Ires Reit, says the Irish way of devising planning legislation  needs to change.  Photograph: Maxwell Photography

It’s just a brief comment, but a telling one. “Be kind,” says David Ehrlich, chief executive of Ires Reit, in parting. Yes, investors in the reside(...)

Wilbur Ross remains involved in Ireland through a joint venture fund with Cardinal Capital Group

He has Richie Boucher and possibly Minister for Finance Michael Noonan on speed dial. So, news that US billionaire Wilbur Ross has emerged as a leadin(...)

Kennedy Wilson says prime commercial rents in Dublin are now €60 per square foot, up 14% year-on-year

Kennedy Wilson, a US property developer with €2 billion of assets in Ireland, believes Dublin is “well placed” to pick up business migrating from the(...)

A Ventura Design showhouse in Silveracre, Rathfarnham, Co Dublin. Photograph: Paul Sherwood Photography

There’s no business like showhome business and Arlene McIntyre of Ventura Design is one of a small number of decorators who developers call in to turn(...)

Imagine the seven floors – all suspended from the roof, incidentally – as reading rooms, with panoramic views from the continuous runs of full-height windows, especially breathtaking from the upper levels. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh.

There isn’t a better location in Dublin for the new Central Library than the soon to be former Central Bank on Dame Street, just metres from College G(...)

The Costa Coffee premises at 3 College Green, Dublin 2

The international real estate investment firm Kennedy Wilson is to sell four retail investments in Dublin city centre. The Savills agency has been eng(...)

A property-rental queue at Northumberland Road, Dublin, in 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Anyone who has ever rented has horror stories. Whether those involve dodgy landlords, difficult housemates or almost-uninhabitable dives, the experie(...)

Ires Reit owns and lets 102 apartments at The Marker in Dublin’s docklands.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

With a portfolio of almost 2,300 apartments and a reach right across the city of Dublin, Ires Reit has emerged as Ireland’s largest non-Government lan(...)

The Government’s Action Plan for Housing was launched this week

While the Government’s housing plan has been welcomed on all sides, the IPAV is taking a different tack. It is sounding a cautionary note to the Gover(...)

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