Fine Grain eyes more properties across Ireland

Office investment and development firm’s chief executive says it sees greater opportunities in acquiring properties and repositioning them, rather than buying greenfield sites

16th May, 2021
Fine Grain eyes more properties across Ireland
Colin MacDonald pictured outside Block 5, Parkmore East Business Park in Galway that houses international companies (tenants) Xperi and Veryan. Picture: Robbie Reynolds

Fine Grain, the office investment and development company, is seeking to acquire, buy and lease back properties around Ireland in the €10 million to €50 million price range, chief executive Colin MacDonald told the Business Post recently.

During his college years MacDonald played rugby for UCD and, after emigrating, attained an international cap for Bahrain. These days he prefers to get on his bike and travel around Ireland.

In the last five years, his company...

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