Conor McGregor plans to start a real estate project in Ireland. The UFC star aims to build numerous apartments and commercial premises.
Although his specialty is fighting inside a cage, Conor McGregor also has other facets, such as those of an entrepreneur. The UFC star recently sold his Proper No. Twelve brand of whiskey for € 130 million and is now planning another project.
‘The Notorious’ will invest its money in real estate projects and already has one in mind in Ireland, his native country. According to Sunday World, McGregor would spend more than 100 million euros to carry out this idea.
It is a complex in which there will be apartments and commercial premises close to the Grand Canal in Drimnagh, a suburb in the south of Dublin. McGregor plans to build 300 homes for rent.
‘The Notorious’ also has in mind to build a gym and several commercial premises, such as cafeterias, hairdresser and supermarkets. To make this idea a reality, he plans to invest more than 100 million, not counting the money he has already used for the acquisition of the land, which would be around 120 million.
According to the aforementioned medium, the Irish fighter has also acquired a new pub on his shopping list. McGregor paid two million euros to get the Marble Arch.
It should be noted that Conor McGregor is recovering from his severe leg injury, which he suffered in the trilogy against Dustin Poirier. The Irishman plans to return to the UFC in the middle of next year.