Real Estate Development
We advise major state bodies, financial institutions, developers and investors on some of the most complex and high-profile office, industrial, retail, hospitality and residential developments across Ireland.Meet the team
Our multidisciplinary team collaborate on all aspects of real estate development including:
Decades of experience managing complex projects means we are able to combine industry knowledge with a practical approach to deliver real impact. Our clients include some of Ireland’s leading property developers including John Cleary Developments, O’ Callaghan Properties, Marlet Property Group, Glenveagh Homes, Park Developments and some of the leading hotel developers including iNua Hospitality.
Our experience includes advising on the following developments:
Penrose Dock, Cork. 250,000 sq ft of office development deigned to Gold LEED standards.
Block 2, Northern Cross, Malahide, Dublin – 191 Apartment Development.
Cork Street Co-Living Space, Dublin 8 – 397 Unit Co-Living Scheme.
South Point, Dublin. 45,000 sq ft Grade A, next generation office space.
Navigation Square, Cork. 310,000 sq. ft. office development.
The Capitol, Cork. 100,000 sq ft of Grade A, next generation retail and office space.
85/86 South Mall, Cork. 70,000 sq ft office development.
Kilkenny Abbey Quarter Development. 16 acre, 645,000 sq ft. office, retail, residential, educational and civic space.
Liffey Valley, Dublin. Shopping Centre on 160 acres in West Dublin.
Mahon Point Retail Park, Cork. 160,000 sq retail park with 600 parking spaces.
Half Moon Street, Cork. 22,000 sq ft. retail and office block development.
smart-street, savvy lawyers who not only have a broad understanding of the sectors they advise on but also really good commercial acumen and business sense– The Legal 500 (2022)
sensible and pragmatic and is able to anticipate issues before they arise– Chambers Europe (2022)
wealth of knowledge and is always focused on the big picture for our business– The Legal 500 (2022)
focus on solutions rather than problems– Chambers Europe (2022)