Friday June 5, 2020

Family of Japanese hoteliers are new owners of Abbeville

l Nishida family owns one of the largest hotel groups in Japan. No decision yet on what to do with former taoiseach Haughey’s house and its grounds

1st March, 2015
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Abbeville in north Co Dublin: Charles Haughey’s old estate

The new owners of Abbeville, former taoiseach Charles Haughey’s old estate and mansion on the northside of Dublin, are the Japanese hotel-owning Nishida family, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

Patriarch Norimasa Nishida is a respected Japanese businessman, and his family own Toyoko Inn group, one of Japan’s largest hotel operators.

Toyoko Inn plans to make Dublin its international headquarters as it seeks to roll out on a major scale in...

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