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

Occupiers sought for ten-year lease at former ferry terminal building

Occupiers sought for ten-year lease at former ferry terminal building

The building made headlines last year, initially when it came to market and again in October when news broke that developer Philip Gannon had terminated his lease to transform the building into a €20 million technology campus

In a New York state of mind

In a New York state of mind

Amanda Hilton Sawyer spent a quarter of a century in the Big Apple. Now she’s returned to Ireland to set up a new lifestyle brand, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

New homes on offer in Garden County

New homes on offer in Garden County

The first phase of a scheme in Ashford village is being launched today

Ashbourne homes starting at €365,000

Ashbourne homes starting at €365,000

REA Grimes has launched the Oaks at Archerstown Demesne, a new phase of three-bedroom family home...

New tranche of family homes at Lucan scheme comes to market

New tranche of family homes at Lucan scheme comes to market

Savills’ new homes division and Leahy Residential will launch a new phase of 32 three-, four- a...

Ten not out for Showgrounds in Clonmel

Ten not out for Showgrounds in Clonmel

There’s nothing like a milestone birthday to take stock of affairs. This year, to mark its tent...

Brexit jitters and our parallel property universe

Brexit jitters and our parallel property universe

Dublin residential property price rises merely slow down, while London prices have fallen

Glandore unveils 300 more desk spaces in €1.5m Cork expansion

Glandore unveils 300 more desk spaces in €1.5m Cork expansion

Tánaiste commends Glandore for encouraging FDI and helping to meet the needs of growing businesses

Dingle guesthouse and restaurant guiding €950k

Dingle guesthouse and restaurant guiding €950k

The jewel in the crown of an area renowned for its scenery, with unmatched sea views of the Three...

35 houses launched at White Pines in Rathfarnham

35 houses launched at White Pines in Rathfarnham

The launch marks the third phase of homes to be released at the Ardstone Homes development, in which just over 90 homes were sold last year

New houses in Swords will appeal to families

New houses in Swords will appeal to families

Designed by Conroy Crowe Kelly Architects, every house at Meadowbank is light-filled and has fitted contemporary handleless kitchens by QK Living

New phase of homes launched  at D18 scheme

New phase of homes launched at D18 scheme

The scheme is a new development of three, four and five-bedroom houses and one and two-bedroom apartments on the grounds of the 18th-century Rockville House and gardens on the Glenamuck Road

New homes building surge in Kildare

New homes building surge in Kildare

Ireland’s largest commuter county offers attractively priced homes for first-time buyers, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

Range of A-rated new family homes coming to the market in Leixlip

Range of A-rated new family homes coming to the market in Leixlip

The A-rated homes are just off the M4 at Junction 6 and close to the commuter rail station at Louisa Bridge as well as the choice of amenities that Leixlip and north Kildare have to offer

Family homes at Naas scheme come to the market next weekend

Family homes at Naas scheme come to the market next weekend

The homes in the A3-rated scheme include three-bedroom houses priced from €312,500 and four-bedroom houses from €349,950 and the three and four-bedroom homes range in size typically from 109 to 165 square metres