The death has occurred of Louis Mc Mahon

first_img Previous articleNightflyers will stream on Netflix from February 1Next articleLimerick is Ireland’s breastfeeding capital Staff Reporter Designed by BedneyimagesAFTER a short illness borne with great dignity and courage in the exceptional care of the critical care team in University Hospital, Limerick. Surrounded by his beloved family wife Patricia, daughters Louisa and Stephanie, sons David, Karl and Marcus, daughter-in-law Haidee, Marcus’s partner Fathom, Karl’s partner Louise, his cherished grandchildren Kyle, Adam, Conor, Emily, Charlotte, Louis, Katie, Indie and Bowie Belle, his sisters Geraldine and Marie, brother Kevin, sisters-in-law, brother-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, dear friends and neighbours.The late Louis Mc MahonReposing in St. John’s Church, Cratloe this Wednesday evening (16th January) from 6pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass Thursday (17th January) at 11am followed by burial afterwards in Craughran Cemetery, Cratloe. Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, to the Irish Lung Foundation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WhatsApp NewsThe death has occurred of Louis Mc MahonBy Staff Reporter – January 15, 2019 1744 Facebook Printcenter_img Advertisement Twitter Email Linkedinlast_img read more

Self-storage company buys dev site from Home Depot

first_img Email Address* Anthony Hu’s Eastern Star Development landed a $33 million construction loan for its 67,800-square-foot, mixed-use building at 300 West 30th Street in Chelsea. The lender is Cathay Bank. The development had nearly topped out in January, according to New York Yimby. It replaced the Riff Hotel, which Eastern Star purchased in 2018 for $27.5 million.Contact Orion Jones Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink Message* Hotel MarketInvestment SalesQueens Full Name* 135-25 Northern Boulevard and 300 West 30th Street (Google Maps, Studio C Architects)A self-storage company bought a Queens development site from Home Depot and landed a construction loan for a planned complex there.That purchase, along with a separate medical office building in Queens that a hotel firm bought, were the only mid-market investment sales recorded in the city last week. Mid-market deals are each between $10 million and $30 million.The total added up to $29.25 million, below the prior week’s $46 million, which was spread across three deals.Developers of a 16-story condo building in Chelsea also landed a $33 million construction loan last week.Here are more details for the week ending April 16.ADVERTISEMENTCalifornia-based self-storage firm InSite purchased a 31,500-square-foot parcel adjacent to 58-80 Borden Avenue in Maspeth for $18 million. The seller was Home Depot USA. Charles Brown signed for the buyer. InSite also secured a $25.8 million construction loan from Valley National Bank.An affiliate of the McSam Hotel Group, limited liability company Main & Northern Partners, purchased a 28,700-square-foot medical office building from 135-25 Northern Boulevard in Flushing for $11.25 million. The seller was DW Commercial Real Estate. Ken Huang signed for the buyer. It was significantly less than the property’s $19 million purchase price in 2017.Read moreBulk condo deal leads Manhattan’s mid-market i-sales Manhattan, Elmhurst notch $83M in mid-market sales Harlem and Park Slope apartment buildings lead mid-market sales Tagslast_img read more

Josh Kroenke praises Arsenal’s summer transfer window and promises to be ‘proactive’ in January

first_imgThe Gunners chief says the club still have an ‘aura’ when signing players (Picture: Getty)Josh Kroenke has revealed that he instructed Arsenal’s transfer team to aggressively pursue players of Champions League quality over the summer and intends to take a similar approach in January.The Gunners broke their transfer record to bring in £72million man Nicolas Pepe, while also signed David Luiz, Kieran Tierney, Gabriel Martinelli, William Saliba and brought Dani Ceballos in on loan from Real Madrid.Arsenal’s failure to qualify for the Champions League was expected to severely hamper their spending power and ability to attract top players, but Kroenke says the club never held that view. Advertisement Comment Kroenke was hugely impressed with the work Arsenal’s transfer team did (Picture: Getty)Touching on Arsenal’s approach in the January window, Kroenke continued: ‘That’s hopefully a sign of encouragement for Arsenal fans that, when we’re out in the market place, you might never know what we’re thinking and you could be surprised by some of the names that come up.‘As for January, I don’t want to get ahead of ourselves. We’ve got to evaluate some things in the short term and figure out where we might need to address going forward, so when January does roll around we’re going to be proactive again.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Arsenal smashed their transfer record to sign Pepe in a very busy summer (Picture: Getty)‘We knew we wouldn’t have Champions League football and that’s what those type of talents are after,’ explained Kroenke in an extensive interview with BBC Sport.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘My main message to Vinai [Venkatesham, managing director] and Raul [Sanllehi, head of football] coming back from Baku on the plane and then throughout meetings all day the following day with them and Unai Emery, was: “Let’s be aggressive and find out what’s possible”.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘These guys went out into the market place and – through their contacts and our fantastic new team behind the scenes – were able to find some talented players who are really excited about playing for Arsenal Football Club.‘I think we had a very strong summer. We addressed certain areas on the pitch for this season and in the years ahead. We had certain age profiles that we were after. Without Champions League football we weren’t exactly sure, but I encouraged our football operations department to be aggressive and when Arsenal Football Club knocks on a player’s door it’s a different knock.’center_img Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 20 Aug 2019 8:03 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.4kShares Josh Kroenke praises Arsenal’s summer transfer window and promises to be ‘proactive’ in January Advertisementlast_img read more

Three things to know from the Edmonton Oilers’ 4-3 shootout win over the Arizona Coyotes

first_imgThe Edmonton Oilers are on one of their most significant road trips of the season, with the first four of the five games being against division foes. On Sunday, they were in Arizona for the second game of a back-to-back; the night before, they notched an impressive win over the Vegas Golden Knights.Edmonton came in with a three-point lead over the Coyotes in the Pacific. A regulation loss would have pulled the Yotes to a point behind and placed the Oilers at further risk of sliding down the standings in a tightening division race. They needed at least a point in this matchup — they got that and more. He was able to contribute against the Coyotes, however, with a second-period goal that gave the Oilers a 2-1 lead. The tally spoke to his skill as he fired home a quick, accurate one-timer off a pass from Sam Gagner.First pass = denied.Second pass = buried.#Oilers take a 2-1 lead.#LetsGoOilers— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) November 25, 2019Chiasson ended a six-game scoring drought with the tally and made a case that he can step up in the wake of injuries to players like Nugent-Hopkins and make the most out of more ice time.The Oilers are 3-1-0 on the road trip after Sunday’s win. They’ll finish it Wednesday when they take on the Colorado Avalanche at 10 p.m. ET. With Leon Draisaitl and Connor McDavid recording points yet again, and with all four lines turning in standout performances with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins sidelined, Edmonton emerged with a 4-3 shootout victory to extend their division lead to four (Arizona earned a point with the overtime loss).MORE: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins out at least two games with injuryHere are three reasons the Oilers won despite trailing after two periods.Power play on point with the help of James NealThough Neal isn’t producing at the same rate as he was at the start of the season, the 36-year-old winger is still one of the team’s most impressive scorers and a fundamental part of Edmonton’s power play.The Oilers found themselves with the man advantage just 1:41 into the opening frame, and they quickly made it count thanks to Neal. Working in tandem with Draisaitl and McDavid, he got to the right place and camped out in front of the net, where he was able to tip in a pass from Draisaitl just 24 seconds into the power play to give Edmonton an early 1-0 lead.TheDuo™ to TheDeal™ 🚨 #LetsGoOilers— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) November 25, 2019The goal was Neal’s 14th of the year, and the Oilers’ power play improved to 31.5 percent for the season, second in the league behind the Tampa Bay Lightning. Edmonton will look like a true playoff team if it’s able to maintain that type of production.Markus Granlund stays hotIt’s important to have secondary scoring, and Granlund has been providing it more and more.The Finn rose to the occasion again in the third period with the Oilers down by a goal. He used his speed and vision to chase his own rebound and score on his second attempt, knocking the puck past Darcy Kuemper to tie the game 3-3.The Gran(lun)d Canyon State 🌵 #LetsGoOilers— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) November 25, 2019The goal was Granlund’s third in four games as he continues to prove his worth as a lineup staple and, potentially, a consistent third-line winger.Alex Chiasson finds twineChaisson’s season hasn’t gone the way many expected it would. After registering a career-high 22 goals and 38 points last season as Edmonton’s first-line winger, he had just a goal and five points in 21 games this season prior to Sunday.last_img read more