Ronan and Mulryan wait for Nama’s Project Wave decision

31st December, 2014
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Johnny Ronan

Nama has asked for more information from some of the bidders on Project Wave, a docklands site where the agency is selling a long lease.

Bidding is understood to be down to a two-horse race between a consortium headed by developer Johnny Ronan and Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore group. A winning bid is expected to be chosen this week. The two shortlisted bidders were asked to supply further information to Nama last week.

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