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Tech tycoons snap up €3.5m Dublin offices

Investors have bought Georgian Business Centre buildings on Baggot Street

5th June, 2016
Ray Nolan

Some of the shrewdest players in Irish tech are among investors in a fund that bought the Georgian Business Centre buildings on Dublin’s Baggot Street, The Sunday Business Post understands.

The building was acquired for some €3.5 million by the Ballybunion Alway Property Fund, whose investors include Hostelworld founders Tom Kennedy and Ray Nolan, LinkedIn boss John Herlihy and over a dozen wealthy individuals.

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