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Keatinge acquires prime quay property in Dublin for €3m

Businessman who left Version 1 software business in €90m deal buys protected structure

23rd February, 2020
10 Ormond Quay: the house was built in 1745 by Robert Rochford, later the Earl of Belvedere and then leased by banker David La Touche. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Justin Keatinge, who exited his Version 1 software business after a €90 million deal, has acquired 10 Ormond Quay in Dublin’s city centre for upwards of €3 million.

The property was sold by wealthy Austrian businessman Thomas Roeggla, the owner of a number of Irish hotels.

Keatinge and his wife Maureen Stuart acquired the Georgian building on the quays through their Carnivan Bay Property company. The couple have several hospitality interests in Dublin and Wexford.

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