Johnny Ronan

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Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh. Photograph: Alan Betson

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) generated €100 million in cash from the end of September to mid-December, its latest report shows. The ag(...)

Johnny Ronan planned initially  to build a 13-storey high tower on the Appian Way site in Dublin. File  photograph: Collins

Johnny Ronan planned initially to build a 13-storey tower on the Appian Way site in Dublin where he was recently refused permission for a 10-storey bu(...)

Planning consultants for the scheme say the design ‘creates a high-quality feature building at this prominent corner site and key gateway to Dublin city centre’

Developer Johnny Ronan has made a bid to overturn the planning refusal for his contentious plan for a 10-storey-over-basement build-to-rent apart(...)

The Serpentine consortium’s investment comprises four blocks to the rear of Facebook’s new Ballsbridge campus

Blackstone has agreed a deal to acquire a substantial part of Facebook’s new European headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. The US private equity gi(...)

The council pointed to the precedent approval would set for other developments.

Dublin City Council has refused developer Johnny Ronan planning permission for a 10-storey-over-basement, 44-unit scheme of build-to-rent apartments o(...)

The Serpentine consortium’s investment comprises four blocks to the rear of Facebook new Ballsbridge campus.

Blackstone is said to be in pole position to acquire a substantial part of Facebook’s new European headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. The US priv(...)

Johnny Ronan: Ardquade holds personal business interests of him and members of his family. It had net assets on its balance sheet of €7.3 million at the end of last December.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

One of the main holding companies in the property group owned by developer Johnny Ronan last year recorded a pretax loss of €30.34 million. Accounts (...)

Monaco, where businessman Michael Smurfit and his son, the Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit, are both residents

It is fair to say that the property developer Johnny Ronan has a reputation for enjoying the finer things in life. He may not specifically cultivate s(...)

Johnny Ronan’s plans for a 10 storey over basement, 44-unit, build to rent apartment scheme on Dublin’s Appian Way is facing strong opposition from local residents. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan’s plans for a 10 storey over basement, 44-unit, build to rent apartment scheme on Dublin’s Appian Way is facing strong opposition from lo(...)

Johnny Ronan’s Waterfront development in Dublin’s docklands is at the centre of a legal dispute. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Ronan Group Real Estate, the development company run by Johnny Ronan, has obtained its second High Court injunction against its co-investor, Digital B(...)

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