The warehouse fronts on to the Swords Road in Santry.

Joint agents Jones Lang LaSalle and William Harvey & Co have launched a campaign to either sell or lease a substantial warehouse fronting on to th(...)

43-49 Mespil Road: The 30-year-old block is currently occupied by the OPW, which pays €1.66m annual rent

Davy Property Investments has upstaged investors Kennedy Wilson and developer Johnny Ronan by purchasing a strategically located office investment at (...)

The site is opposite Briarhill shopping centre

A well-located commercial site opposite Briarhill shopping centre on the outskirts of Galway city goes for sale from today through joint agents Jones (...)

The Independent News and Media building at Citywest, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

and Green REIT, the recently listed property investment company, has announced €178 million worth of acquisitions including the EBS headquarters, Ind(...)

Superday: has also booked an outlet in Dundrum

International fashion retailer Superdry has announced its decision to open a new store in The Blanchardstown Centre only weeks after booking a similar(...)

Facebook plans to move to top-quality office block on Grand Canal Square. Photograph: David Sleator

Facebook is to embark on a major expansion of its European headquarters in Dublin after completing legal contracts to rent almost twice the volume of (...)

Richmond Park, home to St Patrick’s Athletic Football Club at Inchicore, Dublin, was valued by Jones Lang LaSalle in October 2007 at €33 million. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

A bank is suing estate agents Jones Lang LaSalle for some €17 million in damages over alleged “grossly” overvaluing St Patrick’s Athletic Football Clu(...)

Liffey Valley shopping centre

An affiliate of Hines, an international property investor, is in talks to buy a 73 per cent stake in Dublin’s Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, accordi(...)

Green REIT, Ireland’s first property investment trust, looks set to spend well over €100 million on a range of commercial properties that should appre(...)

John Mulcahy will retire from NAMA from the end of February next year.Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

John Mulcahy, head of asset management and board member at the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), is to retire from both positions from the end (...)

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