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The Bauhaus always wins

The Bauhaus always wins

With stark lines and elegant utilitarianism, Walter Gropius’s unified design movement still shapes the form of things today

Vases, jade and birdcage clock lead Far Eastern collection sale

Vases, jade and birdcage clock lead Far Eastern collection sale

Events calendar & Auction Results

Events calendar & Auction Results

Stillorgan family home is set to fetch €1.8 million

Stillorgan family home is set to fetch €1.8 million

Lismorna is a handsome four-bedroom house, but its USP is its ideal Dublin 4 location close to Belfield, Montrose and a host of amenities, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

A pair of jewels on Sandymount Strand for €975k and €875k

A pair of jewels on Sandymount Strand for €975k and €875k

Both should draw strong interest from buyers in search of a turnkey residence close to the sea and the city centre

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

Property beats equity for investment returns

Property beats equity for investment returns

Over the past three years, Irish property fund growth has ranged from 18.5 per cent to more than 24 per cent, and advisers say this year looks pretty good too

Dublin serviced office market expands by over 50 per cent

Dublin serviced office market expands by over 50 per cent

A trend for flexible workspaces means 8,000 new desks came on the market last year

Witness the change - and embrace it

Witness the change - and embrace it

As flexible working makes more and more inroads into modern life, firms who meet the challenge head-on will be best placed to succeed, writes Gareth Haver

The best new homes for 2019

The best new homes for 2019

Tina-Marie O’Neill picks the cream of new homes available in the greater Dublin area

Aparthotel sector is building momentum

Aparthotel sector is building momentum

Demand from our large under-25 population, self-catering tourists and the corporate sector has increased investor interest in alternative property developments, writes Donal Buckley

Ireland 2040: A tide to lift all, but planning must come first

Ireland 2040: A tide to lift all, but planning must come first

Grand plans for Ireland have been written on a cyclical basis over the decades. So far, we have failed to deliver. History would suggest that to be successful we need to take politics out of development

Handsome Blackrock family home comes to the market for €1.595m

Handsome Blackrock family home comes to the market for €1.595m

The location couldn’t be better, on a prestigious residential road a short stroll from the amenities of Blackrock village, schools, parks and coastal walks

‘Lower property tax’ might sound good, but ‘local services that work’ need to be paid for

‘Lower property tax’ might sound good, but ‘local services that work’ need to be paid for

In Ireland, we want ‘all in together’ on the receiving of beneficial outcomes, but ‘tax somebody else’ when it comes to supporting the cost of this

Dalkey Victorian semi by the sea for €1.275m

Dalkey Victorian semi by the sea for €1.275m

In the same family for more than 30 years, the two-storey over-garden level residence was built circa 1840