Ray Grehan

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The houses at the St Edmund’s scheme comprise a mix of terraced and semi-detached units

Carysfort Capital, the Irish property investment firm headed by Michael Looney, has paid more than €34 million, excluding VAT, for a portfolio of 102 (...)

Number One Ballsbridge: the Galileo penthouse rents for €4,750 a week, or about €20,600 a month

The residential element of Number One Ballsbridge is almost complete, and its 88 top-end apartments are about to set a record for the highest rents in(...)

Lansdowne Lodge has been bought by a company  linked to Patrick McEniff

It’s been a year since since former Aryzta chief Owen Killian announced his resignation from the multibillion euro food group, amid turmoil at the com(...)

Plans for One Ballsbridge. A new streetscape will link Pembroke and Shelbourne roads in Dublin 4.

The Avoca chain of luxury retail outlets and cafes is to open a food hall at a new business, leisure and residential centre to be unveiled shortly by (...)

Shelbourne House on Shelbourne Road, located in the heart of Dublin’s premier business district, Ballsbridge, D4.

A substantial office building adjoining two sites earmarked for a major new urban centre in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, is expected to attract Irish and ov(...)

New owners of the Sandyford site are expected to seek planning permission for a seven or eight-storey office development of between 23,226 and 27,871sq m (250,000 and 300,000sq ft)

A standalone development site at the entrance to Sandyford Industrial Estate in south Dublin has been sold for €10 million – a full €100 million less (...)

A computer-generated image of what the ‘One Ballsbridge’ scheme will look like

A top-of-the-range office, apartment and retail development planned by the Comer Group for the centre of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, is to be completed wit(...)

Developer Ray Grehan.

Developer Ray Grehan used the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers investigation to shield assets from the National Asset Management Agency (N(...)

Development needed: the big message from the IPAV conference was that measures should be introduced at Government level to incentivise development in rural towns and villages

The great and the good of the property auctioneering world were out in force last weekend when the annual IPAV conference took place in the salubri(...)

The Ballsbridge hotel sites, bought by Seán Dunne  in 2005 for €380m, which are likely to go on offer internationally, and the UCD veterinary college, bought by Ray Grehan for €171.5m and sold on for  €22.5.m.

The two Ballsbridge hotels bought by developer Sean Dunne at the peak of the property boom in 2005 for €380 million are to be offered for sale on the(...)

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