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Glenveagh aims to forward fund Dublin docklands site

The property company’s two-hectare site near the IFSC will probably be sold into the private rental sector

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
2nd February, 2020
Nearly 500 apartments are planned for the Docklands site and they are likely to end up on the rental market

Home builder Glenveagh is likely to sell its extensive north Dublin docklands site to the private rental sector.

The property company told shareholders last week that it was planning to forward fund a number of its planned development sites in Dublin and that the two-hectare site was being earmarked as the first that would be developed this way. It is likely to mean that the nearly 500 apartments planned for the site, which is located...

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