Johnny Ronan

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The “Brennanstown” plot is in one of Dublin’s premier postal addresses, close to the villages of Cabinteely and Foxrock.

A substantial residential development site of about 29.4 acres, with the capacity to build almost 400 homes in a prime south Dublin area, has come to (...)

Carrisbrook House occupies a high-profile location at the junction of Pembroke Road and Northumberland in Dublin 4

Burlington Real Estate is closing in on the purchase of Carrisbrook House in Ballsbridge for around €29 million. The company, which is headed up by (...)

The Serpentine consortium’s investment comprises four blocks to the rear of Facebook new Ballsbridge campus

The much-anticipated sale of a substantial part of Facebook’s new European headquarters in Ballsbridge, has been formally announced with a guide price(...)

Johnny Ronan’s office development at Waterfront South Central which has just secured planning permission.

Developer Johnny Ronan has secured planning permission for a major office block scheme overlooking the river Liffey. The scheme will see the develop(...)

An aerial view of the  Spencer Place scheme in Dublin’s north docklands

UK-headquartered property investor Round Hill Capital is closing in on the purchase of 349 apartments and a 100-bed aparthotel being developed by John(...)

Ikea’s flagship Irish store in Ballymun, north Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Ryanair has reported a €273 million loss for its first quarter even as traffic rebounded during the period. Charlie Taylor reports. Thérapie Medical (...)

The Irish Glass Bottle site at Ringsend is  earmarked to become Dublin’s newest suburb. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Planning permission for 600 apartments on the former Irish Glass Bottle site near Ringsend in Dublin has been submitted by a consortium led by develop(...)

Tommy Bryne in his back garden. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Living next to Dublin’s high-rise developments can be tough, with a lack of sunshine combining with almost constant noise and incessant dust On (...)

A computer-generated image of the office scheme proposed in a feasibility study for the City Arts Centre site in Dublin’s south docklands.

David Kennan’s KC Capital Property Group is closing in on the purchase of the former City Arts Centre on Dublin’s City Quay for around €40 million. T(...)

Johnny Ronan in 2012. Photograph: Collins

Developer Johnny Ronan has suffered another setback in his ongoing battle with Dublin City Council over building heights – this time in relation to a (...)

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