The firm faces thousands of euro in levies over the long-vacant Independent House on Abbey Street.
Ibec claims the country hasn’t had a ‘normal’ property market for two decades.
The US company has been rapidly expanding its footprint across Dublin in recent months.
The new Ireland 2040 plan has been cited in the approval of a major hotel development.
Funeral director David McGowan says he’s already put more than €1 million into the project.
Fellow tech firm Twilio and US food company KIND Bars are also taking up desks in Iveagh Court.
A 17-storey tower was previously proposed for the south Dublin site.
Gerry Conlon’s proposals for Dame Street were rejected by the council last month.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile garden design company Plan Eden.
The 68-bedroom Athlone Springs Hotel was put on the market for more than €3.5 million last year.
Objections against the new shopping centre, office blocks and 300 apartments have been withdrawn.
The Kildare-based Sammon group said its financial issues began after the downfall of the UK builder.
Yew Grove plans to build a commercial portfolio worth between €300m and €500m within three years.
The long-delayed Dart Underground led to the development being knocked back.
The plans for the Harcourt Street venue were proposed by the couple behind the Nurse On Call agency.
More than 1,200 apartments will be built exclusively for the rental market.
Property firm Cushman & Wakefield said poor supply in the region is now at a ‘critical stage’.
The former La Touche Hotel in Greystones has been vacant since 2004.
The petrol station group plans to replace its Sandymount outlet with a five-storey residential block.
Another 40 rooms will be added to the complex on the city’s north quays.