Noel Smyth

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The SportsDirect premises on North Earl Street, Dublin 1, which was previously Boyers department store

UK-listed retailer Sports Direct is understood to have quietly sold its flagship premises on Dublin’s North Earl Street for about €20 million.The off-(...)

CGI of number 7-9 Henry Street in Dublin 1

Fitzwilliam Real Estate Capital (Fitzwilliam REC), headed by solicitor and property developer Noel Smyth, has sold a retail development at 7-9 Henry S(...)

Impression of Liffey Street plaza. Courtesy of DHB Architects

A business group representing some of Dublin’s biggest retailers, including Arnotts and Brown Thomas, has warned Dublin City Council over plans to ban(...)

The hotel redevelopment of the site is expected to “transform this area, encouraging tourist footfall and general retail activity in the surrounding area”.

Fitzwilliam Real Estate Properties, the development company chaired by solicitor Noel Smyth, has lodged a commencement notice in respect of a €55 mill(...)

CGI of 7-9 Henry Street, Dublin, when completed

The UK fashion retail chain Next is to open a new Dublin flagship store on Henry Street in the run-up to Christmas, according to the owners of the bu(...)

Noel Smyth

Solicitor-turned-developer Noel Smyth is reviving his plans to redevelop a site on Leopardstown Road in Dublin 18. The 0.73 hectare (1.8 acre) site wa(...)

The Square opened in 1990, and its anchor tenants include Dunnes Stores, Tesco and Debenhams.   Photograph: Peter Moloney

US private equity group Oaktree is on track to land a controlling stake in the Square Tallaght for some €230 million, The Irish Times has learned. T(...)

The development would involve the demolition of most buildings between the Abbey Street and Liffey Street entrances to Arnotts department store. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin City Council has raised concerns over plans for a nine-storey budget hotel near Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge, which involves the demolition of nine(...)

The former headquarters of Bank of Scotland (Ireland) at St Stephen’s Green in Dublin.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A distressed assets fund linked to the US investment giant CarVal is pursuing the eldest son of the late developer Jim Mansfield over debts. The fund (...)

The High Court case was filed by Dublin brokerage  McGivern Flynn against Stephen Patterson, who was chief executive until he left last year for a rival firm. Photograph: Stephen Hird/Reuters

A legal row over allegations of client poaching made by a high-profile insurance brokerage against its former chief executive has ended with the execu(...)

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