At Ballymore, every development begins with a vision.
These developments, once realised, change the way people think about what is possible in the built environment. They set new standards in placemaking, construction, design and urban planning.
New Providence Wharf
London City Island
Ballymore’s team lead each project from conception to delivery, overseeing every detail at every stage in the process. This approach creates real places made up of real communities. In London, Dublin, Prague, Bratislava and beyond, the company has translated outstanding redevelopment opportunities into reality, transforming perceptions of often-overlooked city sectors.
From the headline-making innovation of the Sky Pool at Embassy Gardens to the exotic indoor gardens that characterise Wardian, they push themselves to be at the forefront of product design. They also manage every estate, meaning they stay involved long after the last unit has been sold.
Across London, Ballymore was involved in the consolidation of Canary Wharf as a world-leading business centre, and transformed the city fringe district Spitalfields into a thriving retail and cultural hub. At London City Island, they are creating a new neighbourhood with culture at its heart. And at Embassy Gardens, they are building the final piece of the Southbank regeneration story.
Ballymore’s developments improve, enrich and enhance people’s lives.
Ballymore’s name comes from the town in Ireland where founder Sean Mulryan started the business
Ballymore completed around 2000 homes in 2016
Ballymore has around 7,000 more homes currently under construction
Ballymore’s London City Island won the Best New Place to Live award at the 2017 London Planning Awards
Today, Ballymore remains 100% owned and managed by Sean Mulryan and his family, who founded the business in 1980