Saturday September 19, 2020

Larry Goodman gets green light to redevelop Kildare Street building

The beef baron has experienced several setbacks in his attempts to overhaul properties he owns in the area

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
6th September, 2020
Larry Goodman: his plans for properties he owns in Dublin 2 were criticised by conservation groups Picture: Collins

Larry Goodman’s protracted bid to redevelop the Dublin Institute of Design building on Kildare Street has been given the go-ahead.

The billionaire beef baron, who owns the ABP group, has been hit by several setbacks in his bid to overhaul several properties he owns in the Nassau Street and Kildare Street area.

Ternary Limited, Goodman’s property group, filed a series of planning applications in 2019, which sought to redevelop the Dublin Institute of...

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