Johnny Ronan

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An impression of Salesforce Tower located beside the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters in Dublin

Developer Johnny Ronan’s bid to increase the height of Salesforce’s new European headquarters at Spencer Dock has been rejected for a second time by D(...)

The renewed interest in the Codling Bank project is said to be driven by the central place afforded to offshore wind farms in the State’s climate action plan

ESB is among the final bidders for a wind farm project off the Wicklow coast which could ultimately have a value of up to €2 billion, The Irish Times (...)

Spencer Place

Developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) and its funding partners Colony Capital are seeking in excess of €250 million in forward fundi(...)

Impression of Salesforce Tower – to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters: Ronan Group Real Estate, which saw its application for extra storeys on the Salesforce Tower rejected last month, criticised the new plans.

Dublin City Council is seeking to increase building heights in the north Dublin Docklands, including a residential tower of up to 25 storeys which wil(...)

The Appian Way site occupies  a pivotal position at the junction with Leeson Street Upper

Joint agents Knight Frank and Colliers International are guiding a price of €4.5 million (exclusive) for a high-profile residential development site a(...)

Oakmount’s efforts to secure a tenant for No 73 North Wall Quay should be enhanced by the strength of its location

Developer Paddy McKillen jnr’s Oakmount and partners Core Capital have paid around €10 million to acquire a key waterfront site in the Dublin dockland(...)

The advert, which ran in the Times Ireland this week, is an almost exact replica of an image used in a letter sent by property developer Johnny Ronan to the Minister for Housing

Anonymous newspaper advertisements calling for an increase in building height limits for Dublin were paid for by a company linked to property develope(...)

A computer generated impression of Salesforce Tower – to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters.

Developer Johnny Ronan has been given leave to challenge Dublin City Council’s interpretation of new rules governing the height limit for his so-calle(...)

Residents told Dublin City Council the development would be a welcome addition to the city’s North Lotts neighbourhood. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The management company of a luxury apartment complex has been forced to withdraw its objection to developer Johnny Ronan’s “Salesforce Tower” after a (...)

Johnny Ronan: Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) is thought to  to have seen off competition from Balfour Beatty and Hines to secure the major project.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Developer Johnny Ronan has been named preferred bidder for a major office and residential development in the new Dublin suburb of Cherrywood, The Iris(...)

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