Ballymore is a developer with vast and varied experience, acknowledged as pioneers of some of Europe’s largest regeneration projects. Today, we remain 100% owned and managed by Sean Mulryan, who founded the business with his wife Bernardine Mulryan, in Ireland, in 1982.
We work in complex urban settings both new and old. In emerging markets, we create transformation and opportunity with ambitious mixed-use developments like Eurovea in Bratislava and we carry out sensitive modernisation in established and historic cityscapes like Old Spitalfields Market in the City of London.
Ballymore takes its responsibility as a place maker very seriously, putting quality of life and a connection to arts and culture at the core of our work. We’re currently developing new headquarters for English National Ballet and London Film School on London City Island, our groundbreaking project just south of Canary Wharf. We worked alongside the US government to move their embassy from Grosvenor Square to Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, establishing a new riverside cultural district for the city and signalling a major shift in London’s diplomatic centre of gravity.