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Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin

Commercial Property Editor Irish property company Ballymore and its Singapore partner, Oxley, are to embark on a forward sale of the first of five o(...)

Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin Dublin Landings: one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin

Irish property company Ballymore and its Singapore partner, Oxley, are to embark on a forward sale of the first of five office buildings under constru(...)

Marina Village Apartments

With autumn upon us one of the busiest property selling seasons of the year is about to kick off. The listing below indicates there’s plenty of activi(...)

Sean Mulryan: founder and chairman of Ballymore Group.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Developer Sean Mulryan is joining the board of Knock Airport along with two county council chief executives from the west of Ireland. Mr Mulryan is (...)

No remuneration was paid during the year by Ballymore Residential to founder Sean Mulryan. Photograph: Alan Betson

Two companies connected with Irish property developer Ballymore made combined losses of just under €10 million, according to accounts just filed. Ba(...)

Ballymore founder and chief executive Seán Mulryan (centre). Photograph: Alan Betson

The holding company for the UK operation of Irish property developer Ballymore made an after-tax profit of £75 million (€88 million) last year while (...)

Ballymore intends to include about 65,000sq m of grade-A office space in five buildings, 273 apartments, some retail, a “boutique” hotel and a gym in the Dublin Landings development. Photograph: Alan Betson

Cue the Thin Lizzy music: Ballymore is back in town. The launch yesterday of the Dublin Landings development in the north docks marks the Irish prope(...)

An artist’s impression of the new Ballymore development.

Irish property group Ballymore has unveiled plans for a new €700 million development in Dublin’s docklands that will include office and retail space,(...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site at Ringsend, Co Dublin

Property developer Sean Mulryan has signalled his interest in the Irish Glass Bottle Site in the Poolbeg peninsula in Dublin, which is expected to see(...)

The request by the tourist assistance service was made in a letter in recent months to Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and posted on Tuesday to the lobbying register. Photograph: The Irish Times

A tourism body wants the Government to provide a seven-day Dublin city centre drop-in centre for visitors who fall victim to crimes such as robbery an(...)

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