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Convention Centre Dublin To Go To Auction

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The value of the Convention Centre Dublin has elevated significantly owing to the prospect of international investment. Market analysts regard the property as likely to fetch approximately €100 million at auction.

A number of pension funds are likely to have had their interests piqued when the licence to operate the centre was put up for auction last week, as it would represent a low-risk, low-return investment.

One prominent bidder is expected to be the Ontario Teachers' Pension Fund, which is one of the world's largest funds of its kind.

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Potential buyers have been advised that offers below €80 million will not be considered, and that the €100 million mark may very well be reached.

The landmark building in Dublin’s IFSC was built under a so-called “public private partnership”, meaning the building is owned by the state through the Office of Public Works.

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