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

Remodelled five-bed in desirable south Co Dublin

Remodelled five-bed in desirable south Co Dublin

Delbrook Park in Ballinteer in Dublin 16 was built by Cavan Developments in 1993. A small scheme ...

Monkstown retail site on the market for €395,000

Monkstown retail site on the market for €395,000

Miller Commercial is handling the sale of No 1 Richmond Lodge, a ground floor retail unit in the ...

Mixed development potential in East Wall

Mixed development potential in East Wall

McCormick Estate Agents in Dublin is offering for sale by tender a property that could – subjec...

New launch at foot of Dublin Mountains includes family homes and apartments

New launch at foot of Dublin Mountains includes family homes and apartments

DNG New Homes is handling the launch of a new scheme at Rockville on the Glenamuck Road in Dublin...

The Devlin and the detail

The Devlin and the detail

Ranelagh’s first and only hotel, The Devlin, opens this week. Its interiors are designed by Ooda, the creative hospitality design team that has stamped individual character onto countless venues in Dublin and elsewhere

Hotel on Ancient East tourist trail seeks €255,000

Hotel on Ancient East tourist trail seeks €255,000

Bracken Estates, in partnership with Grays of Rathmines, has brought The Naper Arms Hotel in Oldc...

Residental market still booming in Dublin, but alarm bells are continuing to sound over supply

Residental market still booming in Dublin, but alarm bells are continuing to sound over supply

The Dublin residential investment market is in rude health, according to a Q3 report from Hooke &...

Limerick student housing units asking €5.2m

Limerick student housing units asking €5.2m

REA O’Connor Murphy in Limerick is guiding €5.2 million for a collection of 37 student units ...

Revamped home in south Dublin suburb for €675,000

Revamped home in south Dublin suburb for €675,000

No 5 Carrickmines Chase on Brennanstown Road in Dublin 18 is the type of family home that will not stay on the market for long

A quirky period Blackrock terrace asking €1.1 million

A quirky period Blackrock terrace asking €1.1 million

The three-storey end-of-terrace home, the first residence at the Blackrock end of the avenue, extends to 204 square metres

Ireland stays on top of EU rental returns scoreboard

Ireland stays on top of EU rental returns scoreboard

Emphasis will change from buy-to-rent to build-to-rent in Dublin’s population boom

Office in vibrant Dublin Docklands for €3.75m

Office in vibrant Dublin Docklands for €3.75m

The Hanover Quay office extends to about 553 square metres (about 5,955 square feet) and was fitted out to a high specification

Lisney D2 car park for €1.6m

Lisney D2 car park for €1.6m

Few properties and sites of this size become available in the centre and there is likely to be considerable interest and demand

Property with barber’s for sale in Ranelagh

Property with barber’s for sale in Ranelagh

Number 73 is a mixed use, three-storey commercial property of almost 150 square metres in the middle of the village’s main thoroughfare and in one of Dublin’s most sought-after and vibrant neighbourhoods

Well-known Kestrel pub in Walkinstown on the market

Well-known Kestrel pub in Walkinstown on the market

The licensed premises also has a valuable rental income from the adjoining bookmakers, which is occupied by Ladbrokes and is held under a 20-year lease which currently produces an annual rent of €24,000 plus Vat