Who will step up to revitalise Dublin’s Creative Quarter?

Nama is set to sell the Madrid Portfolio of commercial and residential properties between Dublin’s Westbury Hotel and South William Street

18th September, 2016
The Madrid portfolio contains the South William Bar on South William Streetx

Wanted: a developer with a vision for the future of Dublin’s Creative Quarter. Only those with more than €27 million in funds need apply.

That might have been an alternative way for Nama to sell the Madrid Portfolio, which comprises 18 commercial and 12 residential properties located between the Westbury Hotel and trendy South William Street in Dublin 2.

Developer Bernard McNamara had a much grander vision for the area, but the market crashed while he...

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