Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

Mary Ann O’Brien, the founder of Lily O’Brien’s Chocolates, pictured in the company’s factory in Newbridge, Co Kildare. Photograph: Aidan Crawley.

Irish chocolate manufacturer Lily O’Brien’s has agreed to be acquired by Colian Holdings, a Polish food company, for €40 million. The debt-free acqui(...)

Both Cardinal Capital and BlueBay Capital have made debt repayments of €27.9 million and €19.9 million but it is not clear who the beneficiaries of these payments are. Photograph: Thierry Roge/Reuters

Private equity firms working with the State are using a tax minimisation structure to reduce their tax bills to just €250 a year, according to a repor(...)

Canadian property investment firm Timbercreek Asset Management has become the latest overseas specialist lender to emerge on the Irish commercial prop(...)

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(...)

Wilbur Ross is best known in Ireland for leading a group of five investors that acquired a 35 per cent stake in Bank of Ireland in 2011 for €1.1 billion, saving the group from nationalisation

US billionaire Wilbur Ross, who made €500 million leading a rescue investment on Bank of Ireland at the height of the financial crisis, has emerged as(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan has received the green light for his €200 million six storey office block development at Ballsbridge in Dublin that will have the capacity to accommodate 2,200 workers.

Johnny Ronan’s property company hopes to begin construction on its €200 million office development in Ballsbridge by January 2017 at the latest after (...)

Johnny Ronan, one of the duo behind Treasury Holdings, exited Nama this year saying he paid off his personal loans to the agency in full.

Depending on how you look at it, 2016 marks either the tenth anniversary of the property boom’s peak, or of the point where the bubble inflated beyond(...)

Property developer Johnny Ronan: acquired four vacant office blocks and surrounding land in Ballsbridge, Dublin, for €67.5 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is understood to be planning a €200 million redevelopment of a site in Ballsbridge adjoining AIB’s head offic(...)

Last summer, Green REIT paid €23 million for the Sun Alliance building on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre. It is planning to replace it with a new modern building twice its size

The recovery in the commercial property sector is undoubtedly in full flight – at least in Dublin – with values on the way up and transaction levels r(...)

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