Bartra Capital

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Computer-generated image of proposed Blanchardstown development, with 210 beds.

Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital has lodged a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála for a five-storey 210-bedspace shared living accommo(...)

A three-bed at Norseman Court in Stoneybatter is  on the market for €395,000 – less than so-called “affordable” homes in the area.

There’s an old adage we’re all familiar with: “Well, I wouldn’t start from here if I was going there.” And the more we learn about the Government’s “a(...)

 Lord Mayor Paul McAuliffe with Samuel, Rathfarnham and Saoirse from Marino launching details of Car Free Day 2019. Photograph: Arthur Carron

Dublin City Council is getting a “poor deal” in relation to plans for the development of hundreds of housing units at the O’Devaney Gardens site in th(...)

Bartra Capital Property Group’s proposed co-living development for Dún Laoghaire, which was approved earlier this year.

Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital has been refused permission for a second time on a plan for a seven-storey 102 bed-space build-to-rent co-living deve(...)

O’Devaney Gardens is a 1950s flat complex that was due to be redeveloped under a public-private partnership. Photograph: Tom Honan

The developer behind a controversial co-living development in Dún Laoghaire has been selected as the preferred bidder for the O’Devaney Gardens regene(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy compared co-living spaces to a ‘very trendy, kind of boutique hotel type place’. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Residents in co-living developments could face year-on-year rent increases and be exempt from other rental protections depending on the agreement they(...)

 An artist’s impression of Bartra Capital Property Group’s  proposed development at Eblana Avenue, Dún Laoghaire.

Residents objecting to a five-storey, 208-room co-living housing block in Dún Laoghaire have described the plans by the developers as “callous”. An B(...)

Bartra Capital  images of  proposed coliving development at Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire.

Proposals for the largest co-living apartment complex in the State have been given the green light by planning authorities with work on the Dún Laogha(...)

The sale of Nos 4 and 5 Dublin Landings was one of five deals in Q1 to surpass the largest deal in Q2.

The Dublin office market has registered the highest-ever level of take-up for the first half of a year, with 1.717 million sq ft of space transacted i(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has defended co-living, describing the concept as ‘exciting’. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

One of the first proposed co-living developments has been refused planning permission by An Bord Pleanála. Bartra Capital Property Group’s proposal f(...)

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