Johnny Ronan

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Impression of Salesforce tower – to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters.

Despite intensive lobbying in recent months, developer Johnny Ronan can expect his hopes of increasing the height of his so-called Salesforce tower an(...)

Property developer Johnny Ronan

A company of developer Johnny Ronan has failed in a High Court challenge to Dublin City Council’s legal interpretation of building height guidelines o(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan wrote to Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and several other members of the Cabinet on May 1st last

When global tech giant Salesforce announced its intention last January to deliver 1,500 jobs at its new European headquarters in Dublin’s docklands, T(...)

An impression of Salesforce Tower located   to the immediate left of the Central Bank’s Docklands headquarters

US multinational tech company Salesforce has engaged in a major lobbying effort for a controversial plan to add extra storeys to its new Docklands hea(...)

A computer-generated image of the planned Salesforce Tower. Johnny Ronan, who  is seeking permission to add two extra storeys to the office block, ha secured €478 million in development finance

The big four accountancy firms in the Republic have warned of a potential for confusion over the plans for public grades on the quality of their audit(...)

Racegoers at Punchestown: the racing festival is expected to deliver a €64 million boost to the local economy. Photograph: Eric Luke

Independent News & Media has hired American investment bank Lazard to advise it on a potential sale for the company, which has attracted the inter(...)

A computer-generated image of the planned Salesforce Tower.  Johnny Ronan is seeking permission to add two extra storeys to the  office block, which  he is developing in the Dublin’s docklands

Most Dubliners are in favour of taller buildings providing they are well designed, in appropriate locations, and add to the city’s skyline. That is a(...)

Dunnes Stores is considering a move into premium pizzas, reports Mark Paul, with an approach to buy Dublin restaurant chain, Base Wood Fired Pizza

Two New York hedge funds look set to be the latest to receive a massive payday from Eir, which was forced to seek court protection from creditors in 2(...)

The proposed  22-storey building in Dublin will include a 106-bedroom hotel

After taking two years to secure planning permission for his Tara Street tower, it appears to be a case of full steam ahead for developer Johnny Ronan(...)

The Kevin Street campus: purchase seen as coup for Westridge Real Estate chief Shane Whelan

The former DIT Kevin Street campus has been acquired by global institutional investor York Capital and Dublin-based developer Westridge Real Estate f(...)

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