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The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend. Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) and Oaktree signed up before Christmas to pay €200 million to buy an 80 per cent stake in the company holding the 37-acre site from Nama. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Developer Johnny Ronan and US investment firm Oaktree have hired property investment bank Eastdil Secured to advise on debt financing options for deve(...)

The dispute related to the former Eircom site beside  St James’s House, long-leased by Johnny Ronan’s RGRE Burlington company. Photograph: Collins

A dispute involving companies of developers Johnny Ronan and the Kenny family, which allegedly delayed construction work on a high-profile Dublin site(...)

An aerial view of the Spencer Place scheme in Dublin’s north docklands.

US real estate investor Cortland has withdrawn from a planned €315 million investment in hundreds of apartments being developed by Johnny Ronan’s Rona(...)

Three Park Place on Upper Hatch Street, Dublin 2, is one of the most high-profile offices in the city centre.

A row has broken out that could lead to the part-demolition of one of the most high-profile offices in Dublin city centre, which is home to the office(...)

Johnny Ronan is the  registered owner of the  0.23-acre site in Donnybrook. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

After more than a decade of lying idle, a 0.23-acre site owned by Johnny Ronan in Donnybrook, at the junction of Leeson Street Upper and Appian Way, i(...)