Saturday June 6, 2020

The new Barons of Ballsbridge

Developers, some new and some very familiar, are active on projects in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

8th November, 2015
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Brian and Luke Comer (left) Johnny Rohan (centre) and Joe O'Reilly (right)

It seems to be a case of plus ça change when it comes to the property game in Ballsbridge, Dublin’s most exclusive enclave.

Developer Johnny Ronan’s €200 million deal to clinch part of AIB Bankcentre headquarters, located across from the RDS, mirrored the same amount paid by Sean Dunne for the site in 2006. That original deal, along with Dunne’s extraordinary €260 million acquisition of Jury’s Hotel and the Towers the previous...

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