If the site sells for its guide price, it would be the largest residential sale in Dublin property history.
The housing development is expected to be launched next year.
The international hot desk firm has signed a lease to move into the capital’s docklands.
Hammerson plans to instead invest in ‘higher-growth segments’ such as Ireland.
The council has blocked a proposal to add two new storeys to the North Star Hotel.
The UK’s Breedon Group will enter the local market with the acquisition of Belfast-based firm Lagan.
There are concerns the lettings platform is contributing to the housing shortage.
There has been a logjam of solar projects in the planning system after dozens of appeals across Ireland.
UK property giant Hammerson says the French approach ‘significantly undervalued’ the company.
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Prices are increasing at their fastest rate in nearly three years.
A State report suggests the cost of developing apartment blocks is ‘a challenge’ for construction firms.
Pat and Mary Crimin said they plan to retire after a lot of ‘soul searching’.
Turnover at Quinn Industrial Holdings topped €200 million during 2017.
A new report has forecast that total investment in these structures will hit €9bn by 2021.
Bennett Property acquired the mostly disused Westmeath development late last year.
The shopping centre wants to create ‘kiosk zones’ in existing parts of the mall.
Local politicians have argued that the land is not zoned for housing.
The former Tripod nightclub and other venues on Harcourt Street were acquired by Clancourt Holdings.
Sammon Contracting said it hit financial issues after the “devastating collapse” of the UK construction giant.