Paddy Mckillen

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The developers argue that Nama is taking cash meant to repay nationalised banks’ debt and using it for housebuilding and the redevelopment of Dublin’s docks. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Developers are appealing a European Commission decision that allows the National Asset Management Agency to fund house and commercial building, saying(...)

The newly-restored Stella Theatre in Rathmines, which is part of the Press Up Entertainment group that is eyeing a stock market IPO and expansion into the UK. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Some 100 pilots directly employed by Ryanair in Ireland are likely to press ahead with a strike on Thursday in spite of talks being agreed between the(...)

The newly restored Stella Theatre in Dublin, one of the country’s oldest cinemas and now part of the Press Up Entertainment group. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Paddy McKillen jnr’s Press Up Entertainment has hired City of London-based corporate broker Peel Hunt as it advances plans for a stock market flotatio(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

Five diffferent parties pitched for the Trailfinders building on Dublin’s Dawson Street

Further signs of fast growing property values in Dublin’s Dawson Street emerged this week with the sale of the Trailfinders building for a full 60 per(...)

Flanagan Kerins, Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion

Property company Oakmount, headed by development duo, Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan, has purchased the prominent Flanagan’s of Mount Merrion site i(...)

The Stella Diner, which opens on Monday, recreates the feel of a traditional US diner – without the jukebox

The wraps come off the Stella Diner in Rathmines on Monday, and this latest addition to Paddy McKillen junior and Matt Ryan’s Press Up Entertainment g(...)

The headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s Dawson Street has been sold for €38 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The fast growing Press Up hospitality group has outbid several property developers to purchase the headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s D(...)

Union Café, Mount Merrion, set for demolition

The Press Up Group’s burgeoning array of venues looks set to increase yet again as the company has leased a 390sq m (4,200sq ft) restaurant unit at 96(...)

New Ireland parent Bank of Ireland decided in January to sell the pension and insurance firm’s building on Dawson Street in Dublin 2, sparking speculation that it could fetch €35 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Key players including Hibernia Reit, Hines and Marlet have run their rule over the headquarters building of pensions firm New Ireland, which went on t(...)

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