Duncan Lyster

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A computer-generated image of the Harbour Road apartment scheme in Dalkey, south Dublin.

Irish Life’s Irish Residential Property Fund has acquired 94 luxury apartments developer Francis Rhatigan’s Winterbrook is developing at Dalkey in sou(...)

Property website Daft recorded Irish house prices falling last year for the first time since 2012. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

With the new year now a week old and a raft of predictions and data on house prices, what can we expect in the residential market this year? For thos(...)

Lisney produced its market outlook for 2020 on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Property prices will grow marginally in Dublin this year while rents are unlikely to rise beyond 4 per cent, the boss of one of the capital’s largest (...)

Lisney is preparing to open a new office in Blackrock, Co Dublin, which will effectively replace one that closed recently in Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish estate agent Lisney recorded a spike in profits last year as a result of strong business activity and the sale of a car park in Dublin city cent(...)

On the move  at Lisney (from left): Michelle Kealy (divisional director), James Nugent (chairman), Duncan Lyster (managing director) and Aoife Brennan (director)

Lisney has announced a number of senior appointments, including the appointment of Duncan Lyster as managing director. He worked in London for a numbe(...)

 Interconnecting blocks in Deansgrange: office space rented by Baxter, Danone and Nutricia

The variety of investment properties going for sale in Dublin continues to grow. The latest suburban office investment to hit the market, two intercon(...)

Cranes over Dublin in 2007: large scale construction activity is expected in 2016. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

What would you like to see happening in the commercial property market next year? More construction in key urban areas. There are shortages in certai(...)

Bloodstone Building: completed by property developer Seán Dunne shortly before the property crash in 2008

Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm, is on track to make a profit of €43 million on two office buildings it bought in Dublin’s south d(...)

The four retail units on  Crofton Road in Dún Laoghaire

A prime retail investment at Harbour Square on Crofton Road in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, is expected to attract considerable interest when it goes on (...)

Bloodstone Building on the Liffey: American investment firm Blackstone is hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value

An American investment firm will be hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value when it puts two office buildings in Dublin’s south docklands back on t(...)

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