Johnny Ronan

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A computer-generated image of the view from the proposed 45-storey block at RGRE’s Waterfront South Central

Developer Johnny Ronan has taken the latest step towards fulfilling his ambition of delivering Dublin’s tallest building with an application to An Bor(...)

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right to live in the Republic under a Government cash for residency programme.

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right (...)

Nama generated €900 million in cash last year, which exceeded its internal targets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Nama confirmed on Monday that it plans to hand over an additional €1 billion of surplus cash to the Government this year, as it expects to report a 10(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site in Ringsend, Dublin.

Nama said on Tuesday that developer Johnny Ronan and US investment firm Oaktree have signed up to buy an 80 per cent stake in the former Irish Glass B(...)

The dispute related to the former Eircom site beside  St James’s House, long-leased by Johnny Ronan’s RGRE Burlington company. Photograph: Collins

A dispute involving companies of developers Johnny Ronan and the Kenny family, which allegedly delayed construction work on a high-profile Dublin site(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan. Just over half of Ardquade’s €21 million turnover last year came from rents paid to it, while the rest came from management fees and other charges.

Ardquade, one of the main holding companies in the property group owned by developer Johnny Ronan, banked profits last year of €4.1 million from its (...)

The Johnny Ronan site on the corner of Tara Street and the quays. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

At the beginning of 2020, it felt as if new hotels were springing out of the ground in Dublin like daffodils. A long tourism boom had spurred plans fo(...)

The Aspirtion statue at its former home on the side of Treasury Building. File Photograph:  David Sleator

One of Dublin’s best known sculptures - the naked woman climbing up the Treasury Building - has been removed, though it may re-appear elsewhere. accor(...)

“There continues to be significant uncertainty to the extent of the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic will have on the markets that Nama operates in.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty left the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) with a €9 million loss at the end of June, according to figures publishe(...)

Block R, Spencer Dock, comprises a total area of 128,229sq ft

The Central Bank of Ireland will be hoping to capitalise on the as yet undimmed appetite amongst international investors for opportunities in Dublin’s(...)

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