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

Westin multimillion revamp showcases best of Irish design

Westin multimillion revamp showcases best of Irish design

Led by Dublin-based architecture and interior-design firm Noda, the project included a restyle and expansion of the hotel’s Atrium lounge

Ballincollig retail park on market for €6m

Ballincollig retail park on market for €6m

West City Retail Park is anchored by Lidl, with three other retail warehouse units totalling 4,313 square metres available for tenant occupancy

Showhomes at Kildare  estate open to view today

Showhomes at Kildare estate open to view today

The Cairn Homes scheme was first released to the market in March this year when about 50 homes were sold off-plan from an on-site marketing suite

Offr aims to remove stumbling blocks during property deals

Offr aims to remove stumbling blocks during property deals

Convoluted conveyancing practices are streamlined by using smart tech, says Offr founder Robert Hoban

‘Property is a long game. There are no quick fixes’

‘Property is a long game. There are no quick fixes’

Paul Grimes, managing director of REA Grimes, which has taken over Savills in Clontarf, talks to Tina-Marie O’Neill about the stagnant residential market, Brexit and the problems facing builders and developers

Site with full planning permission in heart of Dublin 4’s embassy belt

Site with full planning permission in heart of Dublin 4’s embassy belt

The plans for 74 Baggot Lane incorporate a modern split-level three-storey house designed to maximise light and space with a large roof light

Kildare period residence with 36 acres and fishing rights

Kildare period residence with 36 acres and fishing rights

Built in the late 1790s on a site close to the river, but not overlooking the adjoining Millicent House, the period residence has all the trappings of a Georgian manor as well as modern benefits

Penthouse glamour by the Grand Canal

Penthouse glamour by the Grand Canal

The top-floor apartment of 55 Percy Place in Ballsbridge offers the height of luxury in an enviable city centre location for €875,000

Period offices in Central Business District guiding €1.1 million

Period offices in Central Business District guiding €1.1 million

According to the agent, the property will appeal to investors as prime Georgian office rents are fetching between €45 and €50 per square foot

Dawson Street investment opportunity guiding €4.75m

Dawson Street investment opportunity guiding €4.75m

Tenants at 26-28 Dawson Street in Dublin city centre include the Celtic Whiskey Shop, Beanhive Café and Davy Hickey Properties

New homes sales in Dublin region down 18 per cent on last year

New homes sales in Dublin region down 18 per cent on last year

The Property Price Register listed 2,112 new home sales in Dublin in the first six months of 2018 and some 1,733 for the corresponding period this year

The Best New Homes

The Best New Homes

Our round-up of the most impressive residences currently on the market in the greater Dublin area

Aloft boutique hotel launches in Liberties

Aloft boutique hotel launches in Liberties

Flagged in a hospitality round-up in this supplement a fortnight ago, the Marriott International spin-off hotel brand Aloft officially opened its first Irish incarnation last week in Dublin 8

Rathgar Road investment has development potential

Rathgar Road investment has development potential

Investors in search of a prime suburban investment and development opportunity in Dublin might be eager to hear of the Rathgar Road Collection in Dublin 6

Airside Green ups the ante in North Dublin’s business district

Airside Green ups the ante in North Dublin’s business district

Building on the success of Airside Business Park, a new, modern, energy-efficient workspace development called Airside Green is set to become the newest addition to North Dublin’s business district