Johnny Ronan

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Over a third of Irish businesses have been targeted by fraudsters in the past 12 months, according to a survey by Bank of Ireland

Local authorities in Dublin have been accused of wasting taxpayers’ money by leasing social housing units from the private sector when it would be sig(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed Project Waterfront scheme as seen from the south quays.

Labelling Johnny Ronan’s 40-plus-storey tower scheme for Dublin’s docklands as a “Manhattan-style project” is extraordinarily ill-formed, a business (...)

William Ashford’s A View of Dublin from Chapelizod

You have to make your own entertainment during lockdown, Netflix notwithstanding. And so it was that I spent an afternoon recently trying to recreate (...)

The  22-story Aqua Vetro tower will be on the corner of Tara  Street and George’s Quay.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Developer Johnny Ronan has won his planning battle to have the hotel element of his 22-storey Aqua Vetro tower planned for Dublin’s quays removed. Th(...)

Johnny Ronan. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Developer Johnny Ronan has told the Business Post that he is pursuing a return to the London property market. He expects to have his first project in (...)

The Serpentine consortium’s investment is  to the rear of Facebook’s new Ballsbridge campus. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Serpentine consortium, a syndicate of private individuals and companies assembled by AIB private banking and Goodbody Stockbrokers, has appointed (...)

A computer-generated view of the proposed Waterfront South Central towers with the Capital Dock tower — currently Dublin’s tallest building — on the left. Photograph: Visual Labs

Even by the bloated standards of Strategic Housing Development (SHD) applications, the volume of verbiage spewed out in support of Johnny Ronan’s Wate(...)

Ronan Group Real Estate is looking for KPMG to relocate to its Waterfront South Central scheme

Having recently reignited its near decade-long search for a new Dublin headquarters, KPMG is understood to be in the process of assessing proposals fr(...)

Kennedy Wilson has put its faith firmly in the future of the Dublin office market

Kennedy Wilson has put its faith firmly in the future of the Dublin office market with an application for a campus capable of accommodating thousands (...)

A computer-generated image of the Waterfront South Central scheme.

Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group is planning to sell 101 apartments at an estimated cost of €66.69 million for social housing to Dublin City Council as part(...)

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