Ronan Group Real Estate
Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) are responsible for the design and build of many of Dublin’s most valuable and high-profile property assets and have earned renown for delivering buildings of the highest international standard. Our philosophy of shaping space to suit purpose encourages open collaboration with occupiers throughout the pre-let design and build phases – this approach has continually delivered final product that reflects the corporate identity of domestic and international blue-chip tenants.
We apply a wealth of experience to deliver visionary schemes, from sourcing prime development land to brownfield urban regeneration and greenfield conceptual development, across all primary development categories. Our passionate pursuit of uncompromising standards of design and energy efficiency has gained us a reputation for placemaking, construction excellence and long-term value creation.
RGRE’s access to debt and equity capital gives us a competitive advantage that makes us uniquely positioned to develop commercial and residential property that creates scalable value for our investment partners. The success of our business model is based on acquiring and creating high quality assets in prime locations, retaining and managing certain commercial assets, and maintaining the flexibility to adjust hold periods and defined exit strategies to align interests with partners.
RGRE’s intimate market knowledge and relationships with owners, lenders and intermediaries provide a unique ability to deliver development at scale with quality and speed. Our development prowess is reflected in large mixed-use schemes such as Spencer Dock and Central Park in Dublin; Battersea Power Station in London; and The HQ in Shanghai.
The Ronan Group logo
The ginkgo tree, one of nature’s most tenacious and admired creations, symbolises the enduring strength and vitality of the Ronan Group. Lauded by Charles Darwin in ‘Origin of Species’ (1859), the gingko has survived since Jurassic times; fossils link the modern tree to ancestors from 270 million years ago – some living gingko trees are thought to have existed for 3,000 years.
The unflinching tenacity of the gingko is best illustrated by its survival of the Hiroshima atomic blast in 1945. Local ginkgo trees emerged charred but intact and eventually returned to full health; some live on to this day. It is no exaggeration to say that the ginkgo tree is one of life’s greatest wonders.
Inspired by the gingko’s resilient character, we chose it to represent our business. It is a symbol of our strength, perseverance, and relentless tenacity in the face of challenges and adversity.
We have an obligation to build buildings that are beautiful and sustainable, that enhance cityscapes and communities and work in harmony with the natural environment. The buildings we build today, like ginkgo trees, are designed to have a lasting positive effect on the spaces they inhabit.