Prince Philip of Greece at the public school of Gordonstoun, Elgin in Scotland December 1st, 1939. File photograph: PA Wire

Prince Philip was one of the last survivors of the extraordinary conglomeration of royal families that ruled Europe until the end of the first World W(...)

Implementing the rules could require employers to review how many people they can have in the office at a time. Photograph: iStock

Coronavirus has sparked landlords and tenants to review office design, according to a report published on Tuesday by real-estate agents Savills. Thos(...)

Savills’ Skyline Survey estimates developers want to add  12 million square feet of  office space in the capital by the end of 2021, enough space for 120,000 workers.

Only half of the 202 new office buildings planned for Dublin over the next three years are likely to be delivered, according a report from property ad(...)

Some believe the development focus will now shift to the north docks as there’s very few sites or refurbishment opportunities left on the southside. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Dublin office market had another strong year in 2017 with take-up and rents approaching 2007 peaks and a strong supply line of new space under con(...)

The latest property report shows the housing market should record double-digit price growth for 2017 and into 2018 based on healthy demand generated by Ireland’s fast-growing economy. Photograph: iStock

The head of a major US multinational which employs more than 2,000 people in Dublin told me a year ago that the cost and scarcity of renting an apartm(...)

Much of Dublin’s big  increase in the pace of development work is located close to the new Central Bank building on North Wall Quay

There were 79 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on November 1st from the seventh floor of the Irish Times building on Tara Street.(...)

The main driver of demand for office space in Dublin at the moment is coming from the technology and finance sectors. Photograph: iStock
Peak office at last

Many estate agents are predicting only very moderate rent rises at the top end of the market over the next few years and some even see a tempering of (...)

Computer generated  image of  Charlemont Exchange in central Dublin   after its €100 million redevelopment

Marlet Property Group has appointed Walls Construction as the lead contractor on a €100 million development planned for its Charlemont Exchange build(...)

Illustration  of 5 Earlsfort Terrace once its €20m refurbishment has been completed next year

Irish property investment group Iput plc plans to spend €20 million refurbishing the former offices of law firm Arthur Cox at 5 Earlsfort Terrace, Du(...)

 Model of the  Dublin Landings scheme by Ballymore Group which is under construction on  North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was another year of rising rents and falling vacancy rates in the Dublin office market but, looking ahead, the standout feature is the supply surg(...)

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