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Dublin’s hip Marker Hotel guiding €125m

19th May, 2019
The Marker Hotel rooftop bar

Considered to be one of Dublin’s hippest hotels, the eye-catching Marker Hotel at Hanover Quay in Dublin’s Docklands has been put up for sale through CBRE, guiding €125 million.

Built during the boom by Pierse Construction, it was unable to secure an operator as the economy crashed, and it was December 2011 before Irish-American investor Kevin McGillycuddy’s Brehon Capital Partners and Swiss-based Midwest Holding bought the 187-bedroom hotel and the adjoining...

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