Building group CRH led the pack, while Ryanair jumped up the ranks.
Hawkins House – widely known as the capital’s ‘ugliest building’ – will also be redeveloped.
The property is currently owned by SW3 Capital, which bought up big after the crash.
The government incentive is under review – and could be scrapped in October’s budget.
The tax relief for first-time buyers is under review.
Enda Luddy, the head of CBRE Ireland, says strong shops should be clustered together.
The €25 million Florentine Shopping Centre was recently put out to tender.
Unite wants workers to be given increases of around 10%.
Hugh Wallace, a judge on RTÉ’s ‘Home of the Year’, says high-rise buildings are needed.
Huckletree D2 will open at the historic Academy building on Pearse Street in November.
An Taisce’s objection said the 22-storey building would be a ‘massive intrusion’ on the city’s skyline.
The firm, which handled the deal, expects the buyer will still make a profit.
US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.
Cairn Homes is expected to build more than 500 houses on the property.
Dublin developer Jackie Greene Construction is planning a major development near Waterford city.
Jules Coleman and co-founder Alex Depledge have launched BuildPath in the UK.
The long-delayed ‘opera centre’ project has blighted the city’s CBD for a decade.
Space@DublinBIC offers all of the office perks without the big financial burden.
Trigon Hotels plans to expand the historic Metropole Hotel and build a sister property.
The new technology campus will cost up to €1.25 billion to complete.