Clancy Quay receives new lease of life

Kennedy Wilson has just launched a second phase of 163 new houses and apartments, bringing the total number of existing units to about 423

24th September, 2017
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Clancy Quay was acquired by US fund Kennedy Wilson in 2013 for €82 million

Located along the southern banks of Dublin's river Liffey and opposite the Phoenix Park sits Clancy Quay, a sprawling, 14-acre former army barracks that has had an eventful time of it in the last decade or so.

It was built in the late 1700s, and added to over the next century, as part of a general concerted effort by the British military to shore up its defences against a potential Napoleonic threat to Britain and...

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