Johnny Ronan (left) lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008 in submission to banking inquiry. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan’s 28-page submission to the Oireachtas banking inquiry, published yesterday, lifts the lid on his business activities up to 2008. It als(...)

The 63.72 hectares (157 acres) of undeveloped land at the M1 Business Park

A superbly located business park on either side of the M1 motorway near Balbriggan, Co Dublin, which failed to take off during the property boom, is (...)

Convention Centre Dublin opened in September 2010 and has since hosted over 1,1000 events

The sale of the operating business of the Convention Centre Dublin to the Irish Infrastructure Fund has been completed, it was confirmed on Friday. Th(...)

Johnny Ronan was one of the highest profile developers during the property boom that ultimately led to the Republic’s financial crash in 2008.

US firm Colony Capital and UK-based M&G Investments are funding developer Johnny Ronan’s exit from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).Ron(...)

The Irish Infrastructure Fund may build and operate an approximately 330-bed hotel on a site adjacent to the centre(Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / THE IRISH TIMES)

The Irish Infrastructure Fund, which is backed by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (formerly the National Pensions Reserve Fund), has been selec(...)

The Convention Centre Dublin, Custom House Quay. The value of its income stream has been estimated to be worth between €80 million and €150 million depending on the return appetite of potential bidders.

The liquidator of Treasury Holdings plans to appoint an investment bank within weeks to sell the income stream of the Convention Centre Dublin(...)

Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett: their Treasury Holdings, the parent of the Spencer Dock firm, was wound up in October 2012. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Professional and receivers’ fees from the receivership of Treasury Holdings’s main Spencer Dock firm have totalled €1.59 million to date, according(...)

 Bewleys Cafe in Grafton Street, Dublin: dispute broke out after the rent came up for a five-yearly review in 2012 and the landlord refused to cut the €1.46 million figure set in 2007.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A company backed by property developer Johnny Ronan is bidding to overturn a High Court ruling that ended up saving Bewley’s C(...)

Frank Gehry’s architecture firm, Foster and Partners, will design a shopping street and apartment buildings as part of London’s Battersea Power Statio(...)

8-34 Percy Place, Dublin 4: developed by Johnny Ronan in 1992 along with two adjoining apartment blocks

Leading developer Johnny Ronan is to sell his 66.6 per cent interest in a high quality office building overlooking the Grand Canal at 8-34 Percy Place(...)