The WeWork rival is pushing further into the European market.
The project was granted planning permission in April.
The high-profile businessman is moving one of his main Dublin branches to the basement of a cinema.
Some say it will attract further investment to inner Dublin. Others think it will ‘damage’ the city.
City planners pressed pause so the telco can provide extra information on the project.
The county is collating info on all the warehousing space available as the UK’s exit nears.
It is hoped the new facility will ‘enhance the current micro-distillery’ and attract new clientele.
An Bord Pleanála rejected an appeal following a council decision last year.
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The outfit had been operating in Cork for close to 10 years.
The supermarket chain says it doesn’t need council approval for the works.
Competitors won’t force the company to ‘take our eye off the ball’, says Aislinn Mahon.
The Scottish maker of Punk IPA beer is staying tight-lipped on the matter.
A row has broken out over Johnny Ronan’s planned Salesforce ‘tower’.
A separate appeal against a project linked to a Facebook- and Google-backed cable has fallen flat.
The company is looking to attract more ‘turnaround business’ from vessels.
Planners are investigating a complaint against the to-go offering at its Hanover Quay restaurant.
The second store in Naas received 40 objections and was refused for contravening town centre plans.
The Dublin company just signed an agreement with an Oman-based ceramic tile maker.
Outlets like Dundrum Town Centre and Liffey Valley are using food to drive footfall.
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