Developer Gannon accepts offer on Dublin Airport car park

Sale follows prolonged legal dispute with operator ParkFly over tenancy of €70m site

Former Quickpark car park at Dublin Airport with 41.76 acres has planning for new offices and 6,122 long-stay parking spaces

Gerry Gannon, the property developer, has accepted an offer on his €70 million-valued car park at Dublin Airport, the Business Post can reveal.

Neither Gannon nor the auctioneers handling the sale, Collins and Knight Frank, responded to a request for comment about the price, or the bidder for the site.

The 16.9 hectare plot has room for 6,122 car spaces and planning permission for a new entrance building with office space for staff. It was ...