Sunday August 9, 2020

Salesforce row could put developers back to square one

2nd June, 2019
Developer Johnny Ronan

The Salesforce Tower spat has delayed housing projects and could send developers – with approval to build tens of thousands of homes – back to the drawing board with their shovel-ready sites, according to a top academic.

A joint venture between developer Johnny Ronan and US backer Colony Capital has sought to exploit the abolition of the building heights cap last year to add two floors to the Salesforce Tower development at Spencer Place, Dublin...

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