The Central Bank thinks this could stop foreign companies investing.
Dozens of projects are waiting in the planning system after residents’ objections.
An Bord Pleanála said that the hotel would not adversely affect the historic buildings nearby.
A local fishmonger says the south Dublin area has hit peak coffee shop.
Locals have appealed 27 projects to the national planning board in the past year.
The Freneys own the Star Leisure arcade, which is next to the prime development site.
Linham Construction has secured a €1.5 million loan to build 10 apartments.
Gannon Homes was founded by prominent Celtic Tiger builder Gerry Gannon.
The US president’s hotel at Doonbeg first applied for the flood defence plan last year.
The objectors are trying to get their appeal heard by the Supreme Court.
Conservationists believe there’s an ‘over-concentration’ of new short-term accommodation in the city.
The forecast is contained in a rental report by property consultants Savills.
The project is planned for a site the size of nearly 200 soccer pitches.
The project includes building a viewing deck on the iconic Spanish Arch.
Bray Clay Pigeon Club was among those fighting the 658-home development.
An Taisce made the claim in its objection to an eight-storey proposal at Jervis Street.
Twinlite wanted to build dozens of luxury houses at the prime site.
Dublin council still wants to finish the café-friendly plan – but it’s waiting for clarity on the long-delayed rail line.
The riverside walkway has earned a reputation as unsafe for locals and tourists alike.
The club wants to redevelop its historic home stadium, the Carlisle Grounds.