Kennedy Wilson

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With the dire shortage of housing in the capital an almost daily staple of news reports, and the economic recovery a reality, surely 2018 will be the (...)

Three Park Place on Hatch Street, Dublin - the  new location for IDA Ireland’s  headquarters.

IDA Ireland is planning to move its headquarters to Hatch Street, Dublin, after the lease on its current offices in Wilton Park House run out in 2019.(...)

Rents continue to hit highs and may average 5-6 per cent in Dublin over the next few years. That would bring the average rent in the capital up to more than €2,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

When a French executive was relocating to Dublin earlier this year with a handsome allowance of €6,000 a month, he opted to set up home in a rental pr(...)

Capital Dock extends over 4.8 acres alongside Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s docklands, with office space for 3,500 staff, and 190 apartments with waterfront views. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

US property investment group Kennedy Wilson said on Monday that recruitment group Indeed is set to become the second major occupier to commit to the C(...)

The Shelbourne Hotel: turnover at the 265-room property rose 12 per cent to €39.7 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin’s historic Shelbourne Hotel has reported a sharp turnaround in its financial fortunes with profits jumping to €3.4 million last year, up from a(...)

The period building, acquired for close to the €20 million asking price, will give Kennedy Wilson a strategic hold on much of the south side of Stephen’s Green, where it already owns the adjoining headquarters of KPMG. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

US investor Kennedy Wilson is to consolidate its ownership of a large stretch of Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green by purchasing the extensive headquarters(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar: “High taxes on the middle classes are a barrier to opportunity and to work.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The great and the good in Fine Gael gathered in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, this week for the party’s annual think-in, where Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Min(...)

Phase two of Kennedy Wilson’s impressive residential development at Clancy Quay in Dublin

Real estate group Kennedy Wilson Europe (KWE) wants to more than double the number of residential units it has available for let in Ireland to about 5(...)

Homeoptions co-founders and directors Philip Farrell and Ben Hoey at the launch of their “rent now, buy later” service. Photograph: Peter Houlihan

A new start-up is offering a “rent now, buy later” option for young people and those with irregular earnings looking to get into the Irish property ma(...)

Vacant former social housing in a small flats complex  off Townsend Street in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

There’s a notion that should be instantly dispatched to the annals of wishful thinking: that the Government will, one of these days, do something sign(...)

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