Sean Mulryan

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KC Peaches will pay an annual rent of ¤100,000

Food operator KC Peaches is to open a café beside Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel after the planning appeals board overruled an objection from businessman P(...)

Seán Mulryan: worked with Nama to pay down his loans and progress some of the many projects he had on the blocks.  Photograph: Alan Betson

So Seán Mulryan expects his Ballymore Properties to be free of the clutches of the National Asset Management Agency by 2015, a full five years before (...)

Mayor of London Boris Johnson and developer Seán Mulryan looking at a model of the proposed London development.

Ballymore Properties, which yesterday launched a £700 million luxury apartment development in London, expects to be free of the National Asset Mana(...)

The land was owned by Sean Mulryan and Marese Ltd and sold at auction by Nama. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A 274-acre plot of land in the Liffey Valley near Lucan, Co Dublin, once earmarked by developers for more than 1,600 houses, has been sold for €4.3 mi(...)

The Liffey Valley Park Alliance believes the 274 acres of land adjoining St Edmundsbury near Lucan, Co Dublin, should form part of a green swathe stretching from Islandbridge to Straffan, Co Kildare, as a “social dividend” from Nama’s activities.

An alliance of local and national organisations has called on the Government to prevent the sale – at the behest of the National Asset Management Agen(...)

As many as 2,000 homes, office buildings, stores and leisure facilities may be developed on the site near Brick Lane and Shoreditch. Photograph: BJ Scantlebury

Hammerson Plc and Ballymore Properties Ltd plan to seek permission to build homes, stores and offices on a 4.2-hectare (10.5-acre) site near London’s (...)

The current turmoil in Dublin’s commercial property market is opening up new job opportunities all over the place. In the latest round of chang(...)

James Sheehan has occupied the same offices on the fifth floor of the Blackrock Clinic since it opened 30 years ago and it is easy to understand why. (...)

Seán Mulryan: “Royal Wharf is a unique opportunity in terms of scale for central London particularly given its position on the River Thames.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Ballymore Group, the Seán Mulryan-owned property development firm, will sell off a prime development site in London with permission for nearly (...)

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