High-profile McNamara buildings are placed into hands of Nama

A number of high-profile properties in Dublin city centre have come under the control of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), with the appointment of a receiver to more companies owned by developer Bernard McNamara.

26th February, 2011

A number of high-profile properties in Dublin city centre have come under the control of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), with the appointment of a receiver to more companies owned by developer Bernard McNamara.

Declan Taite of Farrell Grant Sparks has been installed as receiver to at least five more of McNamara’s companies, including firms that own property on Grafton Street, Clarendon Street and at Castlemarket, close to the Powerscourt Townhouse.

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