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Tom Davy

Partner


Tom is a Partner in the Real Estate team and advises institutions, investors, banks, asset managers and multi-national companies on all aspects of commercial real estate in Ireland.

Tom acts for a number of multinational tenant occupiers including global technology companies such as Dell, Slack, and Twitter. Institutional clients which Tom advises on Irish real estate matters include RBS, Liberty Insurance, British Airways and Irish Water.

He also advises on the purchase, sale, development and financing of mixed use developments, investment properties, student housing schemes, and real estate and loan portfolios. Other clients include Glenveagh, Ardstone, Invesco, AIB Bank, Ulster Bank and Bank of Ireland. He also leads the Real Estate Charities team and acts for numerous charities and not-for profit clients on various real estate assets.

 

Specialities

  • Commercial Property and related financing
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Development Land
  • Loan and asset portfolio sales and acquisition

Representative Matters

  • Advised AIB on financing Carysfort Capital’s €101m purchase of 6 Hanover Quay from Cairn Homes.
  • Acting for global investor Invesco Real Estate on the redevelopment and management of Frascati Shopping Centre.
  • Advised an international fund (QIAIF) on the purchase, re-development, financing and ultimate sale of a portfolio of high profile office buildings.

Recommendations

Chambers & Partners, 2019

"He is bright and relaxed in his approach, though attentive to the job in hand and protective of the client's interests at all times. He is also very responsive and accessible,"

Legal 500, 2019

Tom is a “Recommended Lawyer”.

Speaking Engagements & Teaching

  • Member of Law Society Conveyancing Committee.
  • Tom also speaks on real estate topics at MHC events, and presents to clients and intermediaries on various topical real estate matters.
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Areas of Expertise

Real Estate Law Data Centres

Professional Memberships

The Law Society of Ireland

Education

University College Dublin, BBLS