Brian Moran

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The Drumcondra site forms part of a larger plot being sold by the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin to the GAA.

The GAA is set to receive €105 million from selling on part of a site close to Croke Park that it is buying for €95 million. US commercial property(...)

An aerial view of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, and adjoining land controlled by Nama.

In the 17 years since manufacturing stopped at the site of the old Irish Glass Bottle factory in Ringsend, its demise enriched one owner, contributed (...)

British Open Champion Shane Lowry of Ireland celebrates with family and friends on the 18th green at Portrush. Photograph: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

12.04pm: Shane Lowry arrives to the golf course, jumps out of the car and walks in hand-in-hand with daughter Iris, brother, Alan, Brian Moran and Ala(...)

Cherrywood, Co Dublin. The sale of development land to Lone Star is part of the original partners’ strategy to recycle cash committed to the project as opportunities arise. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

An affiliate of US private equity group Lone Star has completed the purchase of almost 118 acres of development land and parks in Cherrywood in south (...)

‘Statistically, we are late cycle and now in the high probability of there being a downturn,’ said Brian Moran, managing director of US real estate group Hines’s Irish business. Photograph: Alan Betson

Overseas investors now see the prime Irish office sector – which is currently valued at a rental yield of about 4 per cent – as “fully priced”, offeri(...)

A computer-generated image of the Hines development in Cherrywood.

Developer Hines has received planning permission for 146 apartments at the Cherrywood development in Dublin in addition to the 1,269 apartments alread(...)

Cherrywood will ultimately have 8,000 new homes, as well as offices and shops.

Developer Hines and financial backer APG Asset Management are eyeing major sites in Dublin as they prepare to spend €1.1 billion on building 3,000 apa(...)

One Central Plaza,  which was previously the headquarters for the State’s financial regulators, will be WeWork’s third shared office space in Dublin

WeWork, a US shared-office group popular with millennials and tech start-ups, has signed on to become the anchor tenant at One Central Plaza, the old (...)

Impression of the Central Plaza, formerly the Central Bank building

Real-estate companies Hines and the Peterson Group have received planning permission for the Central Plaza project in the heart of Dublin city centre.(...)

An artist’s impression of the new Cherrywood town centre.

International developer Hines has received planning permission to build a 2.1 million sq ft town centre at Cherrywood, including almost 1,300 apartmen(...)

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