Kennedy Wilson has bought the Elysian Tower for €87.5 million from previous owner, another US fund, Blackstone.

Tenants of Ireland’s tallest apartment block face likely rent increases following its sale to US company Kennedy Wilson. The California-based landlo(...)

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(...)

 Property developer Michael O’Flynn: he has voiced concern  his proposals for 609 homes at  Glanmire may get sucked into a planning  row

Several recent planning refusals for housing developments in Ireland have hinged on the density aspect – how many units can the site comfortably conta(...)

Help-to-buy scheme ‘made housebuilding viable again’. Photographer: Dara MacDónaill

An Bórd Pleanála has received 13 planning applications for developments that could see the construction of up to 4,000 housing units under the Governm(...)

Cranes on the Dublin horizon. Photograph: Alan Betson

There were 68 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on September 1st from the seventh floor of the Irish Times building on Tara Stree(...)

Independent News & Media chairman Leslie Buckley: an external review was apparently delivered to the board of INM in the past two or three weeks. Photograph: Alan Betson

INM review clears Buckley in relation to Newstalk row According to a report in the Sunday Times, an external review of corporate governance issues at(...)

The Daft.ie report found that house prices in Ireland have risen more in the first six months of 2017 than in the whole of last year

House prices will continue to rise for the next five to 10 years unless drastic action is taken, a report released on Friday by property website Daft.(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: “I would drop the price of my houses and apartments if the cost of VAT was reduced.” Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn rarely pulls his punches. On Tuesday, I spoke to him about the current state of the housing market here and he(...)

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(...)

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