Sean Mulryan

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A computer-generated image of the 305ft residential tower Chartered Land intends to develop at Parkgate Street.

Developer Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land has moved a step closer to securing approval from An Bord Pleanála for the development of a 29-storey apartmen(...)

A computer-generated image shows Westridge’s proposed redevelopment of  DIT’s former Kevin St campus.

Developer Shane Whelan’s Westridge Real Estate has submitted a planning application for what may become the first of Dublin’s “pandemic-proofed” offic(...)

 Plans for the Irish Glass Bottle site provide for 3,500 homes, including a significant number of social and affordable dwellings. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) will not choose a partner to develop the high-profile Irish Glass Bottle site for several months, Sean Mul(...)

Construction workers make their way to a site along the quays in Dublin. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

The Covid-19 lockdown will leave home building far short of the 28,000 originally predicted for this year, according to Ballymore Properties chief exe(...)

Former Irish Glass Bottle Company site: has lain idle since manufacturing stopped there 18 years ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

One crisis left the Irish Glass Bottle Company site in Ringsend, Dublin, in the ownership of the State, which seems likely to press ahead with plans t(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has told developers that it is sticking with the April 20th deadline for final bids on the former Irish Gl(...)

The Aungier Street campus occupies a high-profile position at the junction of Bishop Street and Peter Row in Dublin city centre

The opportunity to deliver a brand new urban quarter at the heart of the most sought-after area in Dublin city centre is expected to see significant i(...)

Mark Walsh on City Island en route to claiming the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham last year. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Paisley Park may wind up being the Cheltenham festival’s hottest favourite but Curragh trainer Martin Brassil is still happy for City Island to take h(...)

Demand for the build-to-rent product remains “robust”. Photograph: iStock

Turnover in the build-to-rent sector more than doubled last year to €2.54 billion as institutional investors piled in to the Dublin market in particul(...)

More people are opting to buy in cheaper commuter belt areas, all of which results in a sub-optimal use of land and a more congested transport system. Photograph: Getty Images

Not everyone can afford to live in big cities. It’s a fact in Dublin, London, Sydney and Shanghai. For most people it means you have to commute. Is th(...)

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