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The plan is facing opposition from the 1916 Relatives Moore Street Initiative over its potential impact on the street. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The economic value of the Hammerson development plan for 5.5 acres off O’Connell Street in Dublin is estimated to be €1 billion, according to a new re(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: when the mall opened, in March 2005, a reported 75,000 people visited on the first day. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

It’s a busy weekday morning in Dundrum Town Centre, as shoppers throng once more to the retail mecca of south Dublin. Much of the shopping habits of (...)

UK property firm Hammerson has applied for permissoin to build an office development, with 44,000sq m of “work space”, 210 hotel rooms, 94 apartments and just 8,000sq m of shops restaurants and cafes between Moore Street and O’Connell Street in Dublin. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney/Collins

It is tempting, if dangerous, to say that any development on the vast site stretching between Upper O’Connell Street and Moore Street in Dublin would (...)

An image of the new development for Moore Street including a planned archway. Illustration: Hammerson

There were angry Dáil exchanges between Taoiseach Micheál Martin and Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald in a row over plans by property group Hammerso(...)

An image of the new development for  Moore Street including a planned  archway. Illustration: Hammerson

Long-awaited plans to regenerate one of Dublin’s most notorious neglected sites, the 5.5-acre plot stretching from O’Connell Street to Moore Street, h(...)

Moxy Dublin City hotel is located immediately behind the new Clerys development on Sackville Place

The 157-bed Moxy Dublin City hotel has been sold for €35 million in what is the first major Dublin hotel sale of the year, and the first since the sta(...)

A once-off compensation payment should be made to the last remaining traders from Dublin’s Moore Street market to close their stalls, a Government appointment advisory group on the future of the street has recommended. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

A once-off compensation payment should be made to the last remaining traders from Dublin’s Moore Street market to close their stalls, a Government app(...)

Pádraig Pearse surrendered to British forces on April 30th, 1916, from this terrace of houses on Moore Street at the end of the Easter Rising. File photograph: The Irish Times

A group set up by the Government to advise on the future of Moore Street in Dublin and its 1916 national monument has split over rival proposals for t(...)

Dundrum Town Centre is part-owned by Hammerson.

Property giant Hammerson has appointed a new chief financial officer, with Himanshu Raja stepping into the role. He succeeds James Lenton, who gave (...)

‘Moore Street and its immediate surroundings have suffered from decades of neglect,’ said the Green Party. File photograph: The Irish Times

Redevelopment of Dublin’s Moore Street could be subject to new restrictions, following agreement of Dublin city councillors to pursue a conservation d(...)

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