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Leeson Street Georgian office building for €2m

Leeson Street Georgian office building for €2m

This is the ideal office investment opportunity for those looking for a fully let property

Two Greenogue warehouse spaces for under €400k

Two Greenogue warehouse spaces for under €400k

The warehouse space is unusually high for a unit of this size, with ancillary offices fitted as a trade counter

Demand remains strong for Dublin retail property

Demand remains strong for Dublin retail property

Agents are predicting rent hikes of another third in Grafton Street this year but other areas are slower to rise

Rare Arts and Crafts piece comes to market

Rare Arts and Crafts piece comes to market

A central watercolour is surmounted by an embossed panel with stylised dragons and Celtic knots

Events calendar

Events calendar

On the market

On the market

Lily Killeen rounds up the best homes currently on offer

Object of desire: first edition of WB Yeats’s Poems

Object of desire: first edition of WB Yeats’s Poems

The paper parchment boards are pictorially gilt and an angel graces the cover

Portraits of three ladies

Portraits of three ladies

Irish painters, along with their lovers and landscapes, feature in the latest Bonham’s sale

The finer things in life at Adams

The finer things in life at Adams

The most elegant piece of seating in the sale is an 18th century French carved fruitwood armchair

Property Summit 2015 profile: Ronan Lyons

Property Summit 2015 profile: Ronan Lyons

Economist warns property sector: 'The major challenge is the cost base, which is restricting supply'

Section 23 is still alive and well

Section 23 is still alive and well

Though it was abolished in 2012, property tax relief remains attached to buildings and passes on to new buyers

The new Barons of Ballsbridge

The new Barons of Ballsbridge

Developers, some new and some very familiar, are active on projects in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Building control regulations not fit for purpose

Building control regulations not fit for purpose

Regulatory neglect at Longboat Quay has shown that the kind of disaster that befell Priory Hall can occur again

Greystones gem with a continental feel

Greystones gem with a continental feel

Set amid Edwardian era homes, Sefton is a 160 square metre infill property that is well set back from the road

JLL acquires Dublin-based firm Guardian

JLL acquires Dublin-based firm Guardian

The comany will have a representation in the new homes, residential and investment market as a result of the purchase