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When brothers Brian and Luke Comer bought 30 properties on the east side of Eyre Square in Galway city for more than €13 million last year, speculation was rife as to what was next.

8th June, 2014
Luke Comer.

When brothers Brian and Luke Comer bought 30 properties on the east side of Eyre Square in Galway city for more than €13 million last year, speculation was rife as to what was next. “Developers to go ahead with massive ‘Dundrum-style’ centre” was the bold pronouncement of the Connacht Tribune in the days after the purchase from receiver KPMG was confirmed. Indeed, there is no shortage of space for such a venture: the block extends...

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