Johnny Ronan

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An image of what the redeveloped Apollo House building on Tara Street in Dublin will look like. The  site comes with planning permission for a 10-storey over-basement office building.

The site of the former Apollo House building in Dublin’s city centre has been sold to Pat Crean & Partners for more than €50 million. This was s(...)

The Irish Yeast Co, 6 College Street, Dublin 2, for sale at €675,000. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

For well over a century it has sat, sagging gently in the middle of a block on College Street in Dublin 2, between the Westin Hotel and a row of build(...)

Johnny Ronan: “stunned” by sale of Battersea Power Station to a Malaysian consortium in 2011. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Irish taxpayer would have shared in billions of euro of profit if the National Asset Management Agency had allowed Treasury Holdings to go ahead w(...)

Johnny Ronan: Judge Patrick Quinn has ordered his firm, Chambury, to sell the freehold on a site at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street  to Balark for €60,000. He indicated Mr Ronan’s company would also have to pay legal costs.   Photograph: Collins

A company controlled by developer Johnny Ronan has been ordered to sell its interest in a high-profile site to Marlet Property Group following a protr(...)

Food giant Kerry Group stood out as a particular bright spot among large Irish companies in the market. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares advanced on Monday, underpinned by financials, miners and technology stocks, with food giant Kerry Group standing out as a particular (...)

Artist’s impression of Tara House, intended to be a “landmark gateway” marking the transition between Dublin’s historic core and the contemporary architecture of Docklands.

Often controversial developer Johnny Ronan, now well out of Nama, is lodging plans to build the tallest building in Dublin on a site adjoining Tara St(...)

Laya is moving deeper into its new rival’s core life insurance market, the ‘Sunday Times’ reported

Laya versus Irish Life Insurer Laya Healthcare is preparing a pre-emptive strike against Irish Life’s entry into health insurance by moving deeper int(...)

The docklands site was previously owned by Ronan’s Treasury Holdings before the company collapsed. It has planning permission for a  hotel,  offices and apartments

Property developer Johnny Ronan and Colony Capital have emerged as the top bidders for a six-acre waterfront site at Spencer Dock in the north Dublin (...)

Computer-generated image of the proposed offices at the AIB Bankcentre. The promoters say the scheme will have a development value of about €350 million.

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is to seek planning approval for the largest Dublin office development since the property crash. The proposed s(...)

I made sure to save an electronic copy of property developer Johnny Ronan’s evidence to the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry before it was altered this week(...)

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