Liquidators of IBRC to sell luxury Boston hotel and apartments

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Ian Kehoe

17th December, 2014

The special liquidators of the IBRC are poised to push the button on the sale of a landmark five-star hotel in Boston and 24 adjacent luxury apartments, as the liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank nears its endgame.

The liquidators will bring the Mandarin Oriental, a five-star hotel with 148 rooms, to the market early next year. The IBRC owns the hotel outright, as well as the 24 Mandarin apartments.

The sale will further boost the proceeds...

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