Kelleher: ‘Apollo House will show just how much Nama cares about homeless people’

Nama should appoint someone to properly engage with the group at Apollo House, warns developer

23rd December, 2016
Garrett Kelleher has projects of €2.5 billion under his belt as a developerSportsfile

Garrett Kelleher is one of Ireland’s most experienced developers, with completed projects worth €2.5 billion under his belt, and more than 30 years of experience in Europe and the US. Now his name is back in the news, with Apollo House – the Dublin 2 building he owned until Nama took it from him – currently the centre of a flashpoint as anti-homelessness campaigners fight to house rough sleepers there over the winter.

Kelleher’s company,...

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