Noel Smyth

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The Woollen Mills and The Yarn occupy a prominent position on the corner of Ormond Quay and Liffey Street

Developers and investors are expected to express an interest in the sale of three landmark Dublin properties. The Woollen Mills and the Yarn, the Lega(...)

Dublin City Council plans to pedestrianise Lower Liffey Street, in a new plaza off the north side of the Ha’penny Bridge. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Bollards designed to deter terror attacks are set to be installed as part of plans for a new civic plaza for the north side of Dublin beside the Ha’pe(...)

No 34-35 Liffey Street is fully let to the Scouting Association of Ireland at a rent of €120,000 per annum.

Stephen McCarthy of Savills is guiding prices of €1.95 million and €1.4 million respectively for two retail investments at Nos 34-35 and No 31 Liffey (...)

An aerial view of the site to the rear of St Michael’s Hospital on Crofton Road in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin

Solicitor and developer Noel Smyth has abandoned a long-standing plan to develop apartments on a seafront car park that his company owns to the rear o(...)

An artist’s impression of the plan for the pedestrianisation of College Green.

Opposition to plans for the transformation of College Green into a European-style pedestrian plaza has now built up such a head of steam that Dublin (...)

Telephone House on Marlborough Street: fetched €5.5 million over the guide price

A private investor has paid close to €17 million – €5.5 million over the guide price – for a substantial under-rented office building with considerabl(...)

Boyers: UK chain Sports Direct to move into Boyers building on North Earl Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Sports Direct, Mike Ashley’s UK-listed retailer that controls Heatons shop chain, has acquired the former Boyers department store in North Earl Street(...)

 A passerby reads a notice on the door of Boyers & Co on North Earl Street, Dublin, after it was announced the store would close in January. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin faces the loss of another high-profile department store in January when Boyers on North Earl Street will close its doors . The news follows thi(...)

Arnotts is trading well,  with operating profit of  €12.5 million for the year to the end of January 2014. Photograph: Alan Betson

The battle to take full control of Arnotts department store in Dublin is set to intensify in coming weeks, as its two rival shareholder blocs step (...)

L&R, which owns the Intercontinental hotel, formerly the Four Seasons, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge, was recently brought on board by Mr Smyth to fund his bid. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

London & Regional, a property company owned by the UK billionaire Livingstone brothers, has replaced Brown Thomas owner Galen Weston as backers of(...)

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