Gerry Barrett

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Augustine Hill, Galway: will include  229 apartments,  130-bed hotel,  six-screen cinema, restaurants, retail and a craft food market

Developer Gerry Barrett’s Edward Capital has secured the green light from Galway City Council for the delivery of one of Ireland’s largest and most am(...)

Bloomfield House, Bloomfield Avenue, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Since it was built in about 1790 for the prominent barrister, MP and future attorney general William Saurin, Bloomfield House in Donnybrook has witnes(...)

A computer-generated image of Edward Capital’s Bonham Quay development in Galway city centre.

Bonham Quay, the €105 million mixed-use development being delivered by developer Gerry Barrett’s Edward Capital in Galway City, has been recognised as(...)

An artist’s impression of the Bonham Quay office scheme in Galway which is now under construction.

Developer Gerry Barrett’s Edward Capital has commenced construction on its €105 million Bonham Quay project in Galway city docklands. The delivery of(...)

Developer Gerry Barrett: employees at his hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving new investor Waltzfire.

All 330 workers in developer Gerry Barrett’s hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving a new investor, Wal(...)

Ceannt railway station in Galway city centre.

CIÉ is seeking a partner to redevelop a key site of 8.2 acres beside Ceannt railway station in Galway city centre. The sale by Cushman & Wakefiel(...)

Impression of the planned complex overlooking Galway Docks

Overseas companies planning to relocate to Ireland as a result of Brexit are likely to have the choice of moving to Galway as well as Dublin. A new p(...)

Dunnes Stores: maybe it should open a concession in the Four Courts

More evidence that the Dunnes Stores legal department is a busy spot. Bovale Developments, whose directors previously included the Bailey brothers, Mi(...)

Gerry Barrett:  Nama’s portfolio of the Galway developer’s loans is called Project Maeve

Irish bankers in recent years have been been coming up with James Bond-like code names for the portfolios of loans being sold off. Some have a clear l(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: expected to come on the market in the early part of the year and will generate considerable interest at home and abroad. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Six years after the property meltdown, the painful hangover has been replaced by a buying frenzy, much of it at surprisingly high values.The turnarou(...)

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