Reply To: gaiety centre
Originally posted by Sue
I hate all this criticism of the Stephen’s Green Centre. .
Remember what was there before – that grotty old Rice pub? Yuk!
Originally publisheded by Thoms Commercial Directory 1977
124 Emmet Antiques
125 Metropolitan cinemas
126 Rag Trade Boutique
127 Stephens Green Cinemas
128 Terry’s Sweets, House of Claude hair stylist
129 Glencree Peace Centre, Sounds unlimited, Factory Boutique
130 Mat & sons pianos & musical instruments, Inigo Jones Carpets, Gaiety Green – Gemini sports
133 Antique markey McCormack Patrick,
134 Dandelion antique
135 Fancy pants Boutique
136 Trash boutique, Norman Terry
137 Upstairs- downstairs boutique
138 Oriental crafts
139 Brown George & sons Chemist, Miller Thomas R, optician, Millar gareth photographer,
140 House of cards, greeting cards, Cafferkey & Grady solrs,
141 Rice R, bar [/B]
Besides the two cinemas it was a virtually intact terrace of Georgians and lated replacements. The greatest gamble in Irish property speculation. A terrible loss to Dublins urban fabric.
But if you think the present incarnation is bad, the earlier proposals would have made the ILAC look like 5th avenue.