Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina Marie O'Neill was appointed Property Editor of The Sunday Business Post in 2014. O'Neill has worked with The Sunday Business Post since 2000, contributing to a variety of sections of the newspaper, including world news, general reporting and covering food for the Magazine. She has a Masters degree in Politics from UCD, and a diploma in interior design.‚Äč

Dublin 17 offices guided at €177.60/sq m per annum

Dublin 17 offices guided at €177.60/sq m per annum

CBRE has been appointed sole letting agent for a suite of high-end own-door offices and light ind...

Raw Gyms first on board at Donnybrook House in D4

Raw Gyms first on board at Donnybrook House in D4

Momentum is building at Donnybrook House, where property firm U+I has revealed the first of its l...

Danish brand Jysk enters Irish market with Naas store launch

Danish brand Jysk enters Irish market with Naas store launch

Danish home retail brand Jysk opened its first Irish shop at Naas Retail Park in Jigginstown in C...

Roche Bobois speaks the Nativ tongue this spring

Roche Bobois speaks the Nativ tongue this spring

Spring has sprung at Roche Bobois, which has a self-declared mission to collaborate regularly wit...

A turnkey three-bed in Terenure for €575,000

A turnkey three-bed in Terenure for €575,000

Asking €575,000 with selling agent Sherry FitzGerald, this three-bedroom, end-of-terrace reside...

Detached four-bed in ‘one of Dublin’s most desirable locations’ guiding €1.5m

Detached four-bed in ‘one of Dublin’s most desirable locations’ guiding €1.5m

For buyers on the market for a substantial detached home in South Dublin with a bucolic vibe yet ...

Impressive Victorian four-bed  in Sandymount for €1.05 million

Impressive Victorian four-bed in Sandymount for €1.05 million

Hooke & MacDonald is handling the sale of 61 Sandymount Avenue, an impressive Victorian, doub...

How Ballsbridge got its groove back

How Ballsbridge got its groove back

As other city ‘villages’ brace themselves for a huge wave of development, the D4 borough’s rebirth as a vibrant local community shows there is light at the end of the tunnel

Latest Ideal Home Show to focus on wellbeing and environment

Latest Ideal Home Show to focus on wellbeing and environment

The annual spring Permanent TSB Ideal Home Show returns to the RDS in Dublin 4 this Friday, April...

Capital Dock brings NY-style living to Dublin

Capital Dock brings NY-style living to Dublin

The Capital Dock residences on John Rogerson’s Quay, billed as Dublin’s most desirable addres...

Dublin office market takes off in record style

Dublin office market takes off in record style

Multinational tech companies lead the way as the Q1 rental take-up rises 66 per cent on last year, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

Make The Wave a port of call

Make The Wave a port of call

The C1 energy-rated home offers 336 square metres of contemporary living as well as a self-contained studio of 22 square metres set on a mature, south west-facing site

Clonskeagh four-bed beside UCD for €810,000

Clonskeagh four-bed beside UCD for €810,000

No 25 extends to 122 square metres and enjoys a corner-site location at the junction of Nutgrove Park and just below Leinster Lawn

Nothing like a Dane

Nothing like a Dane

Internationally acclaimed architect Dorte Mandrup’s projects aren’t just eye-catching, but full of understanding for the environments around them

Office with Grand Canal views on the market for €1.8 million

Office with Grand Canal views on the market for €1.8 million

Investors or owner occupiers in the market for plum city centre offices for a budget of €1.8 mi...