It has also looked at other possible build-to rent development opportunities in Dublin and hopes to engage with Nama on possible others. While its current focus is on Dublin, its executive director of development, Jason Margrave, says Quintain may also consider other Irish cities including Belfast, Cork, Limerick and Galway at a future stage. Already Lone Star has partnered with Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land developing houses for sale on one section of the Adamstown Strategic Development Zone (SDZ). Lone Star acquired 238 acres at the SDZ in its acquisition of part of the Project Clear loan portfolio. Recently Quintain announced that it will also work with Lone Star to advise on the design, planning and development of the new €200m Adamstown district centre which will be located around the railway station section of the SDZ located in West Dublin. The district centre will also include 15,000 sq m (161,458 sq ft) of retail and childcare facilities, civic and pedestrian spaces. Mr Margrave said that it will undertake an analysis of supply and demand before deciding how much space will be devoted to retail, leisure, crèche and other facilities. “The design and mix of uses will be aimed at providing a… Read full this story
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