The CHQ building: rumoured to have assembled a strong bid

Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the best diaspora museum of them all? This month saw the Fáilte Ireland applications deadline for a partner to bu(...)

Neville Isdell: “I had thought about buying something in my homeland, but this wasn’t an emotional decision. Now is the right time to buy in Ireland.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Neville Isdell, the former chairman and chief executive of Coca-Cola and the owner of the CHQ building in Dublin, leans on his walking stick, looks le(...)

Irish-American businessman E Neville Isdell - new owner of CHQ

The new owner of the CHQ shopping centre in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre is to turn vacant units along George’s Dock into a culina(...)

Kennedy Wilson - AmericaLed by Bill McMorrow, Kennedy Wilson is leading the investors’ buying spree of Dublin commercial property. Its €306 million deal this week for the Opera/Castle Market Holdings portfolio includes the Bank of Ireland building on Mespil Road in Dublin 4. It also owns a stake in the bank itself. Other purchases include the State Street building in the docklands for €108 million, the Gasworks apartment complex in D4 for €84 million, and the Clancy Quay development near Phoenix Park for €40 million.

Dublin, according to Russell Jewell of AEW private equity, is at the centre of a commercial property “feeding frenzy” of international buyers. (...)

Yesterday’s sale of the CHQ shopping centre in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre will raise hopes that the former Stack A warehouse wil(...)

The CHQ Building in the Custom House IFSC area which has been sold for just over €10 million. Photograph: Alan Betson/THE IRISH TIMES

The landmark CHQ building on George’s Dock in the heart of Dublin’s docklands has been acquired by Neville Isdell, the former chairman and chief execu(...)