Johnny Ronan

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There is some annoyance at Google’s failure to be more forthcoming in its  reasons for pulling out of the Sorting Office deal. Photograph: Peter Muhly

Reaction to Google’s decision to pull out of a landmark office deal in Dublin has been muted. The commercial property sector has been shaken by the n(...)

Pictured at the Waterfront South Central site are from left, Eoghan Leahy, senior projects manager,Ronan Group; John Ronan, chief planning officer, Ronan Group; Haig Bezian, director of investments, Colony Capital; Conor Gilligan, CEO, Roadbridge; and James O’Brien, project manager, Roadbridge. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) has commenced construction on one of its most ambitious schemes to date in Dublin’s docklands.(...)

 Patrons enjoying a visit to the reopened cafe. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin has reopened after announcing it was to permanently close earlier this year. The cafe was opened to custome(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan is betting that Dublin’s office market will recover more quickly than the hotel sector, dropping plans for a hotel in his  23-storey  building on Tara St

Developer Johnny Ronan is betting that Dublin’s office market will recover more quickly than the hotel sector, dropping plans for a hotel in the 23-st(...)

Crowds make their way along Grafton Street in busier times but In the absence to date of a vaccine or effective treatment for Covid-19, the recovery for  the street and other city centre retailers has been sluggish. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Although much is made each year of Grafton Street’s appearance in the annual ranking of the world’s most expensive main streets by commercial real est(...)

The clattery cafe: Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Bewley’s Grafton Street cafe is to reopen for coffee and baked goods by August 27th at the latest, with a wider offering to follow. Employees were to(...)

In May, Bewley’s announced plans to close the cafe permanently, citing the impact of the pandemic on trading and its frothy €1.5m annual rent, which accounts for about 30% of annual sales. File photograph: The Irish Times

Bewley’s Café on Grafton Street is Dublin’s most famous coffee shop, dating back to 1927. So there will be relief in many quarters at the news in rece(...)

 Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bewley’s has agreed to pay more than €749,000 in rent arrears and interest costs to the landlord of its cafe on Grafton Street. However, the com(...)

 Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street, Dublin, has been closed since March 16th.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Irish coffee group Bewley’s has made an offer to the landlord of its famous Grafton Street cafe that could save it from closure. In a letter sent to (...)

A computer-generated image of RGRE’s Fibonacci Square offices. The scheme forms part of Facebook’s new European HQ in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) and US investment firm Colony Capital have "exclusively retained" Eastdil Secured to(...)

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