Twenty-six Nama apartments lying empty for ten years in scheme

State agency now placing 54 properties in large development on market for €14.5 million

17th October, 2021
Twenty-six Nama apartments lying empty for ten years in scheme
The units are located in Prospect Hill, a scheme of 479 apartments spread across nine blocks

A total of 26 apartments in a development in Finglas in Dublin 11, which are controlled by the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), have been vacant since they were completed nearly a decade ago.

The units are located in Prospect Hill, a scheme of 479 apartments spread across nine blocks. Nama took control of 54 units in the development in the early 2010s, and has now placed them on the market with a guide price of €14.5 million.

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