Ballymore eyes more London deals after sell-off

Ballymore Properties, the Dublin property development group, is turning its attention to a number of other schemes in London after offloading a landmark British property for $160 million.

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Ian Kehoe

1st June, 2013
Sean Mulyran of Ballymore Properties.

Ballymore Properties, the Dublin property development group, is turning its attention to a number of other schemes in London after offloading a landmark British property for $160 million.

Ballymore, headed by the developer Sean Mulyran, has sold the Old Spitalfields Market building in the City of London to New York-based private real estate investment firm Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation. The deal is London's largest retail investment this year, according to data compiled by Cushman and Wakefield.

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