Ballymore, U&I and Hines vie for St James’s Gate redevelopment

Shortlisted builders will now prepare full plans for a new urban quarter covering 12.6 acres of city. Drinks giant Diageo aiming to convert historic brewery site into mixed-use development

29th July, 2018
Oliver Loomes, Country Director for Diageo Ireland and Colin O’Brien, Beer and Packaging Director at Diageo at the announcement of Diageo’s plans for a world class urban quarter at St. James’s Gate last year

The competition to partner Diageo in building a new urban quarter at the historic St James’s Gate site in Dublin has been whittled down to a shortlist of just three developers.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore and its Singapore partner, Oxley, are in the running along with London-based property regeneration specialists U&I and multinational Hines.

Diageo received 16 expressions of interest in the major...

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