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A computer-generated image of the proposed extended Dawson Hotel and refurbished RIAC  in Dublin.

Plans for a €35 million extension of the Dawson Hotel in central Dublin and refurbishment of the Royal Irish Automobile Club (RIAC) private members cl(...)

A drawing of  Howth Castle by W.H.Bartlett, published in circa 1841. The estate has been owned by the St Lawrence family for more than 840 years. It has now been bought by Irish investment group Tetrarch

Some 840 years after setting up home in the coastal village of Howth, the Gaisford-St Lawrence family have agreed to sell the 470-acre estate to Irish(...)

Howth castle and demesne  covers more than 470 acres of walled gardens, woodland, heathland and rhododendron gardens

Irish investment group Tetrarch has agreed a deal in principle to acquire Howth castle and demesne from the Gaisford-St Lawrence family in a multi-mil(...)

The Gaisford-St Lawrence family has agreed to sell the 470-acre estate to Tetrarch in a multimillion-euro deal

Some 840 years after setting up home in the Dublin coastal village of Howth, the Gaisford-St Lawrence family has agreed to sell its 470-acre estate to(...)

The Marker Hotel, Dublin: planning a €6 million extension that will add 30 bedrooms. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There will be 3,000 extra hotel bedrooms in Dublin by 2020, according to the Irish construction industry, which said the increase would support demand(...)

The application will involve the demolition of all of the existing buildings at the Dublin 2 location, which include a garage and the well-known Ned’s pub

Irish investment group Tetrarch has lodged a planning application with Dublin City Council for a €65 million commercial development in the capital tha(...)

Tetrarch already owns a number of hotels in Ireland, including the five-star Marker (above) on Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s docklands. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Irish investment group Tetrarch has applied for planning permission to develop a 158-bedroom hotel on Sackville Place, behind the former Clerys depar(...)

Michael McElligott photographed at Guild House, IFSC Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Like many senior executives, Michael McElligott strives for the perfect work-life balance, and it has taken him out of his comfort zone recently.“I’ve(...)

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