Friday April 3, 2020

Rohan stands ready

Property development may have ground to a halt, but Jamie Rohan of Airspace says the firm is in a strong financial position with plenty of opportunity for growth

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
24th April, 2010

Jamie Rohan is a rarity in post boom Ireland - a property developer who is planning to do deals, and has the money to back them up.

While most developers are not in a position to spend money, Rohan is expecting his family’s business, Airspace Investments, to be ‘‘quite active’’ on the investment front.

As the collapse of the property market causes problems for other firms, he sees opportunities.

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