Dublin

Oxley appointed by Irish government to redevelop land at Dublin's Connolly Station

SINGAPORE (May 9): Oxley Holdings says it has been appointed by Ireland’s government through its statutory corporation, Córas Iompair Éireann (CIE), to develop 1.96 ha of land into mixed-use properties at Connolly Station, Dublin 1, in the city centre of Dublin.

According to Oxley, the site is part of the strategic landmark scheme that CIE has been pushing forward in order to enhance passenger experience at Connolly Station with the aim of creating a revamped city centre with mixed-use residential, commercial, student accommodation properties and community and cultural functions.

Keppel DC REIT acquires second Dublin data centre for $101.3 mil

SINGAPORE (Sept 13): Keppel DC REIT announced Wednesday that it has acquired its second colocation data centre in Dublin, Ireland for a total of 66.0 million euros ($101.3 million).

Keppel DC REIT on Tuesday entered into a sale and purchase agreement for the entire 100% interest in Dataplex Datacentres, which holds the property located at Unit 10 of the Ballycoolin Business and Technology Park in Dublin, for 58.5 million euros.

Japanese banks seek new home after Brexit

Amsterdam

TOKYO (March 15): As Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin vie for financial jobs that may move from London after Brexit, two of Japan’s biggest banks have been quietly building their presence elsewhere: Amsterdam.

CapitaLand’s Ascott acquires Dublin hotel for $83.6 mil

Temple Bar Hotel

SINGAPORE (Dec 16): CapitaLand on Friday announced that wholly-owned serviced residence business unit The Ascott has acquired Temple Bar Hotel in Ireland capital Dublin for 55.1 million euro ($83.6 million).

CapitaLand’s wholly-owned subsidiary Ascott Operations Eight has acquired the entire issued share capital of Sabden, which owns the hotel, for a cash consideration of 31.3 million euro.

It takes into account the agreed 55.1 million euro value of the property, adjusted for bank and shareholder loans owing by Sabden amounting to 25.6 million euro.

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