Henry J Lyons

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The development is located on the corner of Cardiff Lane and Hanover Street East, directly opposite the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

Irish property group Marlet and M&G Investments have engaged estate agent CBRE to sell a large new office block that they are developing on the si(...)

Number One Molesworth Street under construction. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Barclays look like settling on Dublin’s Dawson Street as the location for an EU hub after Brexit if UK finance companies lose their easy access to the(...)

LEINSTER - Bleach Road by Boyd Cody Architects. Photograph: Marie Louise Halpenny

Yesterday evening Ireland’s leading architects, and many of their happy clients, gathered at Dublin’s Mansion House for the 28th RIAI annual awards. T(...)

The O’Donoghue Centre for Theatre, Drama and Performance at NUI Galway which was the public’s choice for best new Irish building in the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland architecture awards. Photograph: NUIG

A university drama centre has been selected as Ireland’s favourite new building. The O’Donoghue Centre for Theatre, Drama and Performance at NUI Gal(...)

The Central Park development at Sandyford, Co Dublin, is billed as “Ireland’s first work-life campus”. Existing tenants include Vodafone, software company Sage and Hostelworld

AIB has signed a lease on a new office building at Sandyford’s Central Park development in Dublin. The bank plans to establish a “centre of excellenc(...)

The Seamark will have high-grade air conditioning and a clever layout to provide an occupational density of 8 sq metres per person.

US investor Starwood Capital Group and Irish developer Chartered Land are launching a marketing campaign today to find tenants for the newly named Sea(...)

Now . . . Apollo House on Tara Street in Dublin, which has been occupied by homeless people and activists. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Permission for the demolition of Apollo House, the office building on Dublin’s Tara Street occupied by housing activists and homeless people, has bee(...)

Twelve cranes were located north of the Liffey on November 1st. Photograph: Alan Betson

Fifty-four construction cranes were visible over the centre of Dublin on November 1st from the seventh floor of the Irish Times building on Tara Stree(...)

Fitzwilton House: Iput plans to demolish the  1960s building and construct a new 17,405sq m office development, ranging from four to eight storeys

Irish property fund Iput plc has received planning permission from An Bord Pleanála for the €45 million redevelopment of Fitzwilton House on the Grand(...)

Destined for demolition, Hawkins House and Apollo House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Plans to redevelop Hawkins House, announced with great fanfare last June, have run into problems with Dublin City Council’s planners seeking a wide ra(...)

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