Kennedy Wilson campus pays tribute to Dublin’s maritime heritage
By Post Reporter
US real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners have launched its newest Dublin campus development, Coopers Cross.
The scheme is so named to embrace the maritime heritage of the area and to pay tribute to the historical barrel-makers, known as coopers, who plied their trade along the scheme's adjacent railway lines.
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