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

Tullamore office ready to rent at €450k

Tullamore office ready to rent at €450k

The building, located at Four Central Business Park, is laid out over two/three storeys and has flexible floor plates

Strong interest expected in €50m Allianz House

Strong interest expected in €50m Allianz House

Allianz House, the eye-catching Irish headquarters of Allianz Plc, located at Elm Park is for sale to investors with €50 million or so to spend

Three new housing schemes hit the market

Three new housing schemes hit the market

There’s something for most house-hunters on the prowl for a new home in Dublin or within the commuter belt as Savills brings three different schemes to market this weekend

Sofa, so good

Sofa, so good

Irish living rooms have evolved, but are now smaller. In fact, the 2019 CSO average new dwelling size index found that new homes were at their smallest since 2011

Carlow’s Big Houses Festival kicks off this weekend

Carlow’s Big Houses Festival kicks off this weekend

At the Carlow Big Houses Festival visitors can peek behind the doors of some of Ireland’s most lavish manor houses and ancestral homes

Luxury restored in full at Luttrellstown Castle

Luxury restored in full at Luttrellstown Castle

Dublin burghers don’t have to go far to come across one of the country’s finest, well-maintained and beautifully presented castles, which dates back 600 years

Bringing it all Back to Zozimus

Bringing it all Back to Zozimus

The return exhibition Back To Mine, which will be hosted at Gallery Zozimus from October 3 to 31

Positive Ageing Week talks on housing solutions for older people

Positive Ageing Week talks on housing solutions for older people

Positive Ageing Week runs from tomorrow to October 6

Build your own home on a castle estate in Co Meath

Build your own home on a castle estate in Co Meath

For those who have always fancied being king of their own castle, a limited number of large residential sites have been launched for sale at Loughmore

Landmark Horgan Quay project nets first office tenant

Landmark Horgan Quay project nets first office tenant

Service office provider Space is the first office tenant of Cork city’s €160 million Horgan’s Quay development

Two commuter-belt residential sites in Wicklow for sale in one lot

Two commuter-belt residential sites in Wicklow for sale in one lot

Developers on the hunt for about 20 acres of lands zoned residential within Dublin’s commuter b...

Lofty aspirations in a Dublin 6 duplex

Lofty aspirations in a Dublin 6 duplex

12 Convent Hall, a duplex penthouse apartment in the original cut-stone convent building at Mount St Anne’s

Plenty of room to roam in placid Portmarnock

Plenty of room to roam in placid Portmarnock

At Dún Sí at St Marnock’s Bay, 20 three and four-bedroom homes come to market this weekend

Six properties up for grabs in Glenamuck

Six properties up for grabs in Glenamuck

Rockville is an attractive scheme of 37 A-rated houses and 12 apartments

Can I take you higher?: Dublin's new wave of skyline pioneers

Can I take you higher?: Dublin's new wave of skyline pioneers

For some, the desire to be in the air is just too strong to ignore, but as a new wave of skyline pioneers push to propel Dublin’s low-lying skyline ever upward, we examine whether skyscraper development will really help meet the capital’s critical housing needs