Pat Crean

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Brent geese feeding on grounds next to the proposed site for residential units in Raheny. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Property developer Pat Crean has described as a “stark and tragic” irony that homeless people are sleeping in St Anne’s Park in Raheny, next to his si(...)

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(...)

An image of what the redeveloped Apollo House building on Tara Street in Dublin will look like. The  site comes with planning permission for a 10-storey over-basement office building.

The site of the former Apollo House building in Dublin’s city centre has been sold to Pat Crean & Partners for more than €50 million. This was s(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan was last month refused permission by Dublin City Council, for a second time, to build a 22-storey tower, Dublin’s tallest building, on Tara Street.

National heritage body An Taisce has urged An Bord Pleanála not to approve developer Johnny Ronan’s plans to build Dublin’s tallest building on Tara S(...)

Johnny Ronan: a firm linked to him sought €20 million for three strips of land. Mr Justice Robert Haughton ruled in March Marlet could buy two of them for €45,000.  Photograph:  Collins photos

A unit of Marlet Property Group has asked the High Court to have a liquidator appointed to carry out a “full independent investigation” into matters a(...)

An artist’s impression of the Cabinteely scheme.

A substantial 115-unit housing development in Cabinteely, Dublin 18, has been given the go ahead under the Government’s latest fast-track planning ini(...)

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(...)

O’Shea’s of Clonskeagh, also known as Clonskeagh House. Permission has been sought to demolish the existing bar in favour of a 39-bed guesthouse. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Less than two years after reopening following a protracted legal fight involving Nama, well-known Dublin suburban pub O’Sheas of Clonskeagh is facing (...)

Marlet chief executive Pat Crean said the fast-track planning process should help draw investment into residential building in the Republic.

Housebuilder Marlet is likely to put more projects through the fast-track planning process after An Bord Pleanála granted it permission for more than (...)

A Marlet image on its website for the proposed development of 115 units on Brennanstown Road in Cabinteely, Dublin 18.

Marlet Property Group has applied for planning permission to build 115 residential properties on one of Dublin’s more exclusive roads. Plans submitt(...)

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