Luke Comer

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Ballymacoll Stud: Frank Dunne lives at Hamwood stud farm, which adjoins Ballymacoll on the Dunboyne side

Ballymacoll Stud, one of Ireland’s best known equine breeding grounds in Dunboyne, Co Meath, has sold at auction for €8.15 million. The 300-acre stud (...)

Luke Comer: refused permission for officials from the regulatory body to inspect his stables in Kilternan last month. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

The high profile property developer Luke Comer has been given a suspended six month suspension of his licence to train racehorses, and fined €10,000 (...)

A circus performance on Eyre Square during Galway Arts Festival. Photograph: Colm Hogan

A masterplan for Galway city centre’s “eastern rim” incorporates proposals for a new “city quarter” spearheaded by the Comer/McHale consortium. Lands(...)

A computer-generated image of what the ‘One Ballsbridge’ scheme will look like

A top-of-the-range office, apartment and retail development planned by the Comer Group for the centre of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, is to be completed wit(...)

The Lalco land in Sandyford has a particularly high profile at the entrance to Central Park, which is widely acknowledged as Dublin’s best suburban office park.

Almost 10 years after several development sites in the Sandyford area of south Dublin sold for more than €20 million an acre, one of them is about to (...)

Castlemartin House and estate: bought in January by John Malone, the Irish-American billionaire and owner of Humewood House in Kiltegan, Co Wicklow, and a number of hotels in Dublin, for €26.5 million.

Castlemartin House, the former family home of Sir Anthony O’Reilly in Kilcullen, Co Kildare, was the most expensive residential property sale of 2015(...)

The 2.02-acre vet college site will accommodate the new One Ballsbridge.

The first phase of a major new urban centre planned for Ballsbridge in Dublin 4, is being launched today through a marketing campaign for high qualit(...)

Courtown Demesne was bought by Luke Comer, a Co Galway-born, Monaco-resident developer, for a reputed €10.2 million

Auctions of country house contents always draw a crowd and Adam’s is expecting plenty of interest in a sale entitled “The Contents of Courtown House a(...)

Long-term interest in Ireland: Luke Comer in the kitchen of the new Hersil Wood development in Knocklyon, Dublin 16. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Luke Comer is only half an hour late, which is good going by all accounts. The developer, who with his brother Brian, has built a £2.5 billion prop(...)

 A total of 397 homes were at various stages of completion in Dublin in November; of these 229 were apartments. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

Almost 400 houses and apartments were under construction in estates across Dublin city towards the end of 2014.A snapshot of residential construction(...)

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