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Jervis Centre owners unveiled as buyers of €365m property

The owners of the Jervis Centre in Dublin city centre are the main investors in a consortium that paid about €365 million for a shopping centre in Doncaster, England.

21st January, 2006

The owners of the Jervis Centre in Dublin city centre are the main investors in a consortium that paid about €365 million for a shopping centre in Doncaster, England.

Paddy McKillen and Padraig Drayne are investors in the consortium, which bought the property last year, but their identity had not previously been revealed.

The purchase of the Frenchgate Interchange scheme in Doncaster was the second-largest acquisition in Britain by Irish investors last year.

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