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

Two schemes of new homes launched in Kinsealy and Maynooth this weekend

Two schemes of new homes launched in Kinsealy and Maynooth this weekend

Savills has two notable launches of new homes in Dublin and Kildare this weekend. The first is at...

Family homes in Wicklow for all ages and stages

Family homes in Wicklow for all ages and stages

Sherry FitzGerald’s New Homes division will be on site today from 12pm to 2pm to launch the lat...

A turnkey Tardis in south Dublin for €695k

A turnkey Tardis in south Dublin for €695k

Tucked away on Highthorn Park, a small, quiet cul-de-sac of family homes accessed off the junctio...

Sunny, spacious home in Mount Merrion

Sunny, spacious home in Mount Merrion

Peter Kenny at Knight Frank is handling the sale of No 6 Greygates, a spacious four-bedroom resid...

Upgraded Seapoint Avenue home in walk-in condition

Upgraded Seapoint Avenue home in walk-in condition

DNG’s Rock Road branch in south Co Dublin is handling the sale of 9 Seapoint Avenue, an artisan...

Redesigned Rathfarnham residence for €850,000

Redesigned Rathfarnham residence for €850,000

Beyond its traditional, well-kept facade, this handsome four-bedroom terraced home in Rathfarnham...

Former Apollo House site on market for €40 million

Former Apollo House site on market for €40 million

The former Apollo House site in Dublin has been placed on the market for sale on the instruction ...

Offers of over €6.3m sought for D15 retail investment

Offers of over €6.3m sought for D15 retail investment

Knight Frank is seeking in excess of €6.3 million for a new-build retail investment at Ballymor...

Colliers sells 62 Moore Street for €750,000

Colliers sells 62 Moore Street for €750,000

Following keen bidding, Colliers International has sold 62 Moore Street in Dublin 1 to a private ...

Cork city centre building up for grabs at €1.7m

Cork city centre building up for grabs at €1.7m

Savills is handling the sale of 79 St Patrick Street in Cork city centre, which is being offered ...

Glandore offers clients much more than just a high-end office space

Glandore offers clients much more than just a high-end office space

A family-run Irish firm, Glandore sees itself as more of a hospitality company which stages networking events for its clients in Dublin, Belfast and now in Cork at Lapp’s Quay

Munster winning as new homes market heads south

Munster winning as new homes market heads south

Cork and Limerick are primed for take-off with several large-scale launches this autumn, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

Just another manic week in our property sector

Just another manic week in our property sector

From a no confidence motion in Eoghan Murphy to an upgrading of Apollo House, it was an eventful seven days

Aviva makes first venture into hospitality with Premier Suites Ballsbridge deal

Aviva makes first venture into hospitality with Premier Suites Ballsbridge deal

Irish property fund Aviva last week acquired the 49-unit Premier Suites Plus Dublin Ballsbridge a...

Developer brothers call for more apprenticeships in building trade

Developer brothers call for more apprenticeships in building trade

Third generation builders and property developers, brothers Eamon and Liam Hetherington set up th...