Ciaran Butler

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A computer-generated image of the apartments proposed for the Stillorgan Leisureplex site

Kennedy Wilson is looking to increase its foothold in Dublin’s lucrative rental market yet again with an ambitious plan to build 232 luxury apartments(...)

Photograph: George Clerk/iStock/Getty

“Amy”, a waiter in a Dublin restaurant, is uncomfortable about what she sees as a major injustice in her industry. Customers “are being lied to”, she (...)

Joe O’Reilly: boom getting boomier again for experienced developer.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Developer Joe O’Reilly’s Castlethorn has ambitions to develop 72 new homes at the Old Bray Road in Cabinteely, based on a planning application submitt(...)

Hard Rock Cafe Dublin - “love all serve all” at the bar

As you walk into Dublin’s Hard Rock Cafe, just reopened after refurbishment, one big thing hits you. Or rather, doesn’t hit you. U2’s famous Trabant f(...)

A Starbucks outlet at Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Starbucks said on Thursday that new US corporate tax cuts will boost its bottom line this year but that closely watched sales growth in its US-dominat(...)

Brothers Colum and Ciarán Butler acquired the hexagonal 37sq ft kiosk in Ballsbridge for €330,000 last summer.

The brothers behind the Starbucks franchise in Ireland are readying the launch of their latest venture in a Ballsbridge kiosk, one of the State’s most(...)

Starbucks on Dawson Street in Dublin. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ireland is now home to more Starbucks, per head of population, than anywhere else in Europe, and its sprawl is raising the ire of independent coffee o(...)

The coffee kiosk in Ballsbridge: bought by Starbucks brothers for €330,000.

The Starbucks franchisee has bought a landmark Dublin coffee shop – the kiosk at the centre of Ballsbridge. Brothers Colum and Ciarán Butler, who r(...)

The 2.17 acre Leisureplex site, with ‘district centre’ zoning, which fronts the Lower Kilmacud and Old Dublin roads in Stillorgan

The Leisureplex site in Stillorgan sold for €65 million in 2006 – now it’s back on the market for €10 million through DTZ Sherry FitzGerald. It is b(...)

The Charlestown shopping centre is off the M50 at Finglas in north Dublin

A new nine-screen cinema complex and a Leisureplex facility opens for business tomorrow at Charlestown shopping centre off the M50 at Finglas in north(...)

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