OFI close to deal on selling Howth HQ
The Olympic Federation of Ireland plans to move to Abbottstown, with surplus funds from sale of old base going towards sending team to Tokyo Olympics
The Olympic Federation of Ireland is close to an agreement to sell its Howth headquarters in line with plans to move to the National Sports Campus in Abbottstown, its chief executive said.
“For the last two years, the OFI has been looking to move to the campus,” Peter Sherrard said. “We would see our place there.”
Surplus funds generated from the sale would go towards costs associated with Ireland’s athletes attending...
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