International investors are eager for a slice of the Irish hospitality pie and room capacity is due to increase by 27 per cent over the next two years - but there are some warnings over occupancy levels
Investment property sales could hit the €3.5 billion mark in 2018, but that figure could be blunted by announcements in Tuesday’s budget.
September has been a busy month for auctions, with more than €54 million worth of lots sold, in...
Limerick and Cork are seeing an increased demand for office space as businesses look beyond the capital
Reductions in reserves saw some lots sold for more than their previous guide prices, but others failed to sell even at the reduced guides
Better value is reviving investor interest as key sites in Galway, Cork, Limerick and Dublin go to market, writes Donal Buckley
StayCity set ODOS Architects the challenge of kitting out its new office HQ, housed in both a period building and a modern structure. ODOS rose to the challenge, writes Donal Buckley
Building and supplying college accommodation is big business in Ireland’s cities, and it can spark urban regeneration
There have been several big-ticket deals done since the start of July, writes Donal Buckley
The volume of hotel sales completed in Ireland this year is likely to “comfortably” exceed la...
Dublin apartments and houses, as well as substantial mixed-use regional investments, will be offe...