Google might be contender in Boland’s Mill site sale
The US News - Monday 11th September, 2017
Google is rumored to have expressed interest in buying the Boland’s Mill buildings
The buildings in Dublin are near the historic site near Grand Canal Dock
The buildings are set to fetch around 11 million euros
DUBLIN, Ireland - The competition to buy the Boland’s Mill buildings in Dublin, which is near the historic site near Grand Canal Dock intensified after reports claimed that Alphabet-owned search engine giant, Google might be interested too.
Google is believed to be one of several parties interested in buying the Boland's Mill site, that has seen several parties expressing interest in the buildings that are set to fetch around 11 million euros, according to a report in the Sunday Business Post.
The report stated that the buyer would have to spend a further 10 million euros to refurbish the site.
Google’s European headquarters is located in the same area, indicating that the internet giant might be eyeing an expansion in the vicinity.
The Boland's Mills regeneration project is part of Nama's flagship Boland's Quay project.
The Boland's Quay project, which upon competition could hold up to 2,500 workers in its 13 floors, also includes a major development of two new office buildings.
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