Berkeley Court

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RSCI, St Stephen's Green West

Not many have heard of the busiest firm in the capital who are remaking the city from grafton street to docklands Nearly everyone in Dublin know(...)

Lansdowne Place in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, offers a bespoke concierge service for its residents.

It’s hard to believe that nearly 13 years have passed since developer Sean Dunne unveiled his hugely-ambitious plans to bring a piece of Knightsbridge(...)

Gayle Killilea was advised to sell the Shrewsbury Road property bought for her by Sean Dunne in 2005, and leave Ireland

Gayle Killilea was advised to sell the Shrewsbury Road property bought for her by her husband Sean Dunne in 2005, and leave Ireland, in part to benefi(...)

Seán Dunne: Connecticut magistrate Judge Robert Spector found that Mr Dunne failed to provide emails from three Gmail accounts and two accounts connected with his Irish firm Mountbrook to his US bankruptcy trustee. Photograph: Collins Courts

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne should be held in contempt for a third time for failing to produce emails disclosing details of his business de(...)

Brian, Johnny and Leo: “Fock England!”

There are landmork moments in the lives of your children that you will remember forever. The day they sit the Leaving Cert. The day they get married. (...)

Search Google Maps for a fuel service station in the inner city and you’ll get just two answers: the Circle K/Topaz station on Usher’s Quay, and the Top forecourt on Amiens Street. Photograph: iStock

Capital Ideas is a series of 10 proposals on ways to improve Dublin city’s infrastructure, economy, services and the daily life of its citizens. Read (...)

Shelbourne Hotel  general manager JP Kavanagh outside the landmark Dublin hotel. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

JP Kavanagh strides through the lobby of the Shelbourne Hotel and offers a warm greeting to the grand old dame of the city’s hospitality industry. On(...)

Declan Black, managing partner of Mason Hayes & Curran. “I do expect to return to growth this year...solid single-digit percentage growth.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish law firm Mason Hayes & Curran recorded a 1.2 per cent drop in its turnover last year, largely due to Brexit-related nervousness among client(...)

Paul Howard with the Ross O’Carroll-Kelly statue in Dublin city centre. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

1. Where Ross Doesn’t Drink Heineken (1998) It all started in the autumn of 1997. I was in the Sunday Tribune newsroom one Friday evening talking to (...)

There is hardly a more salient emblem of Ireland’s recent fortunes than the 6.8 acre former Berkeley Court and Jury’s hotels site in Dublin’s Ballsbri(...)

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