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Starwood and Chartered Land close Elm Park deal

Dublin site bought out of receivership for €190 million

18th February, 2016
Elm Park, Dublin 4 Pic Getty

US owned Starwood Capital and Irish owned Chartered Land will spend €35 million in a joint venture to redevelop the Elm Park estate in Dublin 4.

The US investment firm bought the site from receivers Duff & Phelps and Chartered land will take the reigns on developing the area.

The 17.3 acre development will comprise of office and residential space and include a sport and leisure centre campus.

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