Henry J Lyons

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One Molesworth Street: its Dawson Street frontage will provide an entrance to 2,145sq m of retail facilities at ground and lower-ground level

Demolition of a dated 1970s office and retail building at the junction of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street in Dublin city centre has begun in prepa(...)

  All six of the new homes that make up Richmond Close, Milltown, Dublin 14, come on the market today. In a style that could be described (...)

Eden Plaza is to include a ‘pocket park’ at the centre of the site, where it can be overlooked by all the buildings.

Sandyford looks set to re- emerge as one of the prime locations for offices in the Dublin suburbs. The Irish-owned investment company Ardstone Capital(...)

One Kilmainham Square: €28.5 million for the five-storey block over basement car park

With Dublin office rents climbing by an average annualised rate of more than 15 per cent over the past three years because of a shortfall in supply an(...)

One, Dublin Airport Central: PJ Walls is the build contractors, Henry J Lyons, the architect

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is to spend an estimated €10 million on the redevelopment of the former Aer Lingus head office at the airport. It is p(...)

A timely redevelopment opportunity for a new office building in Dublin’s south inner city goes on the market today when Knight Frank begin marketin(...)

The large office block which has planning approval from Dublin City Council on the site of the former Allianz Insurance headquarters

Property developer Johnny Ronan is gearing up to re-enter Dublin’s office construction market after agreeing to buy a key site beside the former Bu(...)

Burlington House stands on a site of 0.68 of a hectare (1.68 acres) in Dublin 4

One of the best-located office redevelopment opportunities in Dublin city comes on the market today with the planned sale of a(...)

The bank intends to relocate 1,400 staff to its new headquarters from three sites, including its Dame Street headquarters. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank’s plans to redevelop the half-built former Anglo Irish Bank building in Dublin’s dockland(...)

A depiction of the planned new Central Bank headquarters in Dublin Docklands

There was always something symmetrical about the idea that the one-time headquarters planned by Anglo Irish Bank in Dublin’s Docklands would end up in(...)

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