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Hines seeks to build up to 1,000 apartments at Liffey Valley

The US developer is one of several property giants moving to build residential complexes at shopping centres around Ireland

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
11th October, 2020
Brian Moran, senior managing director of Hines Ireland.

Hines, the billion-dollar property group, is lobbying South Dublin County Council to pave the way for up to 1,000 apartments to be built beside Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.

The south Dublin retail complex is owned by Bayerische Versorgungskammer, a German pension fund, but managed by Hines’a Irish office, which is led by Brian Moran.

Documents released to the Business Post through Freedom of Information (FOI) show the US developer has lodged a series of...

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