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State-backed lender will accelerate Lone Star firm’s Adamstown plans Quintain Ireland, a residential developer backed by the American private equity fund Lone Star, has agreed a €100m loan facility from the state-backed alternative lender Activate Capital to press ahead with two large developments in Dublin. The financing, Activate’s largest deal yet, will support residential and related developments
Quintain, one of the largest residential developers in Ireland, today launches its Masterplan for Cherrywood Village, which will deliver 1,300 new homes in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Co Dublin by 2025. Cherrywood Village is located on a 65-acre site within the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) and will comprise a mix of new houses, duplexes and apartments with
They’ve got hundreds of acres of land, approval for thousands of homes, and the ambition to become one of the country’s biggest developers — starting at St Marnock’s Bay There aren’t many developers that start life with enough land to build 9,000 homes, but that’s what Quintain Ireland had when it was set up by US private
When complete, Cherrywood Village will comprise over 1,300 homes, two public parks and over 50,000 sq ft of retail and civic amenities in the village centre. There will also be primary and post primary schools, cycle and walking tracks and extensive green open spaces throughout the area.
Quintain has received planning permission to construct 245 new homes at Tandy’s Lane in Lucan. The site is around 20 acres in size and includes a large linear park running through the neighbourhood providing high visual and social amenity value. The site has a gross development value of c.€82 million and construction will begin at
Quintain Ireland has today announced the appointment of two senior team members as the company continues its expansion in the Irish market. Sharon Van Sinderen assumes the position of senior counsel and joins from Tuath Housing Association where she was Senior Solicitor. Van Sinderen has previously held roles with NAMA and Mason Hayes & Curran.
Quintain has today announced the appointment of Norman Higgins as its new Head of Construction for Ireland. Norman joins from his previous role running Sisk Living, the award-winning housing division of leading Irish building contractor John Sisk & Son. Norman brings over 25 years of successful construction delivery experience in the residential sector to Quintain.
Quintain has received planning approval to build 153 new homes at an 11 acre site at St Marnock’s Bay in Portmarnock, North Dublin. The development will comprise 113 houses, 40 apartments/duplexes, and a local centre for the area containing three units for retail or restaurant/café use. Quintain will be partnering with DRES Developments to develop the
Quintain Limited has established a subsidiary in Ireland with plans to develop more than 9,000 new homes and 600,000 sq. ft of commercial space. The newly incorporated business, known as Quintain Ireland, will be responsible for the residential development of over 460 acres of prime assets in Ireland at Adamstown, Clonburris, Portmarnock, and Cherrywood. All
The property company Quintain, owned by private equity group Lone Star, has finalised plans for almost 300 apartments and a shopping development as part of a new “district centre” in Adamstown, west Dublin. The plans for the first phase of the Adamstown centre also include a public square and new streets. Adamstown, close to Lucan,