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Tiny sliver of Dublin docklands sells for over €100 million per acre

Former Hales Freight site bought for a price of some €26 million

7th August, 2016
86-88 North Wall Quay Pic: DublinDocklands.ie

A small strip of Dublin docklands land has been sold for an historically high price of more than €100 million per acre, according to sources in the property sector.

The quarter-acre former Hales Freight site at 86-88 North Wall Quay in Dublin has been acquired for a price of some €26 million, the sources said.

Nama was named by the sources as the buyer of the site, but the agency’s spokesman said it had “no...

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