Tag Archives: irish times

myhome

A 1-bed studio.

How much?

‘Crying Chaise Longue’ as standard.

Waterloo Rod, Ballsbridge (MyHome.ie)

Thanks Carole

Meanwhile…

Screen Shot 2014-09-30 at 04.14.17

 Dublin property prices have jumped by a quarter over the past year, according to data in in a new report. Data from property website Myhome.ie and the Property Price Register has found that prices in the capital rose by 25 per cent over the year to the end of September.

Dublin property prices up by 25% in year (Irish Times)

Amendment to Price Register analysis (Myhome.ie)

Previously: Looking For Bubble?

For Those Who Shouted Stop, He Salutes You

apple

A portion of an Irish Times Apple infographic.

Paul writes:

“The machine at the bottom looks like like an Apple II and the one above that seems to be the Original Mac. A geek fight is there for the taking. I’m not a geek. I’ve just been using the bastard computers since ’88. No plans on getting an iPhone though…”

Geek FIGHT!

U2 to appear in California for the launch of Apple’s new iPhone 6 (Brian Boyd, Irish Times)

denisBaloonDenis O’Brien

Denis.

And why he doesn’t need to own the Irish Times.

‘Cantillion’ writes:

“The deal might appeal to O’Brien for other reasons. The [Grand Canal] theatre is one of the best modern buildings in Ireland. It would be a shame to see it lost to the State until its lease runs out in 2207 if it was acquired by an international buyer.
O’Brien is a fan of good architecture so he can also appreciate its aesthetic value. The talented Seán Billings, who died in 2012, was facade consultant on the theatre’s remarkable visage and on O’Brien’s notable Digicel headquarters in Jamaica.
O’Brien is at his peak in business terms for the next few decades but perhaps he is thinking even further ahead by bidding for the theatre. It is a good business to own but it would be an incredible asset to ultimately bequest to the State. It would be quite the final act if the billionaire was so minded.”

Really?

*attempts to uncurl toes*

A new player appears in theatre-land (Irish Times)

(Photocall Ireland)