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The new distillery and visitor centre will be built in an old post office in Lanesborough.
A property group led by ex-Dunnes chief Liam McGreal wants to build 10 residential blocks near Clonsilla.
The Irish operators of the coffee chain have opened numerous unauthorised outlets in recent years.
Developer Noel Smyth also has separate permission for a 310-bedroom hotel nearby.
The 8.2 acre site in Ballycoolin was sold for €5 million.
The US company looked at other Irish locations but decided to double its Dublin operation.
The local group said the project would cause more traffic at a troublesome Dublin pinch point.
Irish Life is worried Amazon's huge data centre in Tallaght could affect its future housing projects
The pensions fund has a site adjacent to the facility being planned by the tech giant.
After it initially granted permission for the project, An Bord Pleanála said it would review the case.
The site is being turned into a hotel, but publican Louis Fitzgerald wanted to keep the beer garden open.
The local council said the proposal from owner Michael Wright would require full planning permission.
The 325 apartments, and 102-unit aparthotel, will be constructed in Dublin’s docklands.
The property has been put on the market by York Capital for €86 million.
Two-fifths of total office space leased in the first half of the year was taken up by tech firms.
His new mansion on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Rd will be three times the size of the current home.
The firm behind the Clayton and Maldron brands expects to complete several new hotels in 2018.
The Supermac’s boss has hit another stumbling block after weeks of controversy over fake letters.
The Supermac’s boss has been making headlines about a proposed motorway plaza outside Ennis.
The retailer owns 13 properties that will be put up for sale – although some will be leased back for stores.