Oxley subsidiary to sell residential units in Ireland for €175.5 million
The residential units are located at Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay, in Dublin, Ireland.
Oxley Holdings’ wholly-owned subsidiary Oxley Docklands Quay Three and its partner National Asset North Quays have entered into a letter agreement to sell 268 residential units in Ireland to Greystar Europe Holdings at a purchase price of €175.5 million.
The 268 residential units for two blocks of properties – blocks B and E – are located at Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay, in Dublin, Ireland. The property is a mixed-used development located along Dublin’s North Wall Quay. The deal also includes 210 car parking spaces and external common areas.
Greystar has been given exclusivity until March 4th to conduct a comprehensive due diligence on the property and agreeing with the necessary documents for the transaction. The sale completion is targeted to be on February 27th.
Oxley said it will make further announcements when the contract of sale is exchanged.
Oxley selling off its Dublin properties
On January 22nd, the property developer entered into an agreement with Ireland’s central bank to sell of two blocks of buildings in Dublin for €204 million. The properties in the deal were No. 4 and No. 5 Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay, for €97 million and €107 million, respectively.
In November last year, the group sold a 300-year lease property on No. 2 Dublin Landings for €106.5 million. The proceeds from the sale would contribute positively to the cash flow of the group, Oxley had said.
Oxley’s shares climbed 3.45% or S$0.01 minutes into trading on Monday, to S$0.30.
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