Docklands to receive Nama investment boost

Dublin's docklands area is to receive a boost with the news that the National Asset Management Agency plans to focus on the area as part of its €2 billion investment in capital projects.

24th February, 2013
Google headquarters in Dublin's Docklands. Photo: Google

Dublin's docklands area is to receive a boost with the news that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) plans to focus on the area as part of its €2 billion investment in completing capital projects.

The area has proved to be one of the most successful parts of the Irish property market in terms of occupancy and investment, and includes high-profile clients such as Google and State Street.

According to real estate analysis firm Investment...

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