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Property slump gives Quinlan plenty to ponder

Following his €1.2 billion Jurys Inn deal, the developer may find he has to play a waiting game, writes Richard Curran.

9th August, 2008

Following his €1.2 billion Jurys Inn deal, the developer may find he has to play a waiting game, writes Richard Curran.

There was an aspect of the break-up of Jurys Doyle Hotel Group that was probably one of the great business deals of the decade. Not Quinlan Private’s €1.2 billion purchase of 20 Jurys Inns, but the Doyle and Beatty families’ sale of several of the hotels and the Inns for €1.88 billion.

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