Kennedy Wilson demands Nama clean up derelict site close to near-empty Capital Dock
Sources say the state of the site has damaged the US fund’s ability to lease apartments nearby
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has been put under pressure by US fund Kennedy Wilson to clean up a derelict site near its largely empty Capital Dock development, it is understood.
Last month, the Business Post revealed that 100 luxury apartments in Capital Dock – Ireland’s tallest residential building – were still empty a year after being put on the market.
The 22-storey apartment scheme contains 190 build-to-let residential units. The homes, based...
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