Boston-based Grand Coast Capital to build student residences in Stoneybatter

US-based lender is teaming up with Jerry Conlan to develop site near Grangegorman campus of DIT

26th March, 2017
Grand Coast chief executive Jeff Carter

Grand Coast Capital, the US property lender and investor, has set its sights on student accommodation in Dublin as part of its continued investment in Ireland.

The Boston-based lender is planning to build student residences in Stoneybatter in Dublin, at a site beside the Grangegorman campus of Dublin Institute of Technology.

It has teamed up with businessman Jerry Conlan on property acquisitions in Dublin city centre and Waterford. Conlan has been involved in private healthcare...

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