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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(...)

Hawkins House: An Bord Pleanála granted permission to the Office of Public Works three years ago for its demolition, and its replacement with an office complex. Photograph:  Bryan O Brien/ The Irish Times

Demolition of Hawkins House, the former Department of Health headquarters in Dublin city centre, has finally started three years after it was approved(...)

A computer-generated image of the 21-storey office and apartment block Marlet intends to build at College Square, the site of Apollo House.

Developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group has secured a green light from An Bord Pleanála to increase the height of the 11-storey office block it is(...)

Hawkins House is one of the last remaining buildings in the block bordered by Hawkins Street, Tara Street, Townsend Street and Poolbeg Street. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Hawkins House, considered one of Dublin’s ugliest buildings, is finally to be levelled, three years after its demolition and redevelopment was granted(...)

The unearthed ruins of a 300-year-old church on the site of the former Apollo House office block at Tara Street, Dublin. Photograph: The Irish Times

The ruins of a 300-year-old Catholic church unearthed on the site of the former Apollo House in Dublin city centre are set to get a new lease of life (...)

The new application also includes a partial increase in heights of the permitted Apollo House and College House re-developments.

The owners of the Savoy Cinema in Dublin have put the brakes on the Marlet Group amending its ambitious plans for the Apollo House, College House and (...)

AIB headquarters in Ballsbridge Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

AIB is to shed 1,000 staff by 2022 as its bad debt workload falls. In an interview with the Sunday Independent, chief executive Colin Hunt says the lo(...)

March is the fifth consecutive month   the survey has recorded a new high. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

The Irish Times Dublin crane count reached a record 123 in March – the fifth consecutive month when the survey recorded a new high. However, March’s(...)

February’s count is 390 per cent greater than the 31 cranes recorded on February 1st, 2016, when this newspaper’s crane survey was first launched

There were a record 121 cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on February 1st – a rise of 12 (or 11 per cent) on January 1st’s total of 109. This (...)

Before: Hawkins House and Apollo House in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Hawkins House and Apollo House, the two ugly sisters squatting on a prime city block between Trinity College and the Liffey for 50 years, are finally(...)

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