Larry Goodman’s Kildare Street office project faces fresh setback

Dublin City Council has raised concerns about a new plan by the beef magnate, to convert the old Kildare Street Hotel into offices

Ternary Limited, controlled by Goodman, has made several attempts in recent years to redevelop many buildings around the Kildare Street and Nassau Street area.

Larry Goodman’s long-planned project to redevelop a string of buildings on the corner of Kildare Street and Nassau Street has hit a fresh setback.

Last year, a firm owned by the beef magnate behind the ABP group revealed new plans to convert the former Kildare Street Hotel, and a building that housed JP Mooney's pub, at 47 and 48 Kildare Street respectively, into offices.

Dublin City Council has told Goodman’s property group that although replacement ...