Reply To: Ten Developments that shook Dublin
The Central Bank inso much as ensured the financial district stayed around Anglesea St until the early 90’s
The dandelion market and resulting Stephens Green Shopping Centre both firstly as a sub culture ie barclay Dunnes william Tell, Bruxelles etc, then later the Centre as it extended the prime retail zone right to the top of Grafton St.
Powerscourt town house restoration/conversion take a bow mr Power
The Morrison Hotel or possibly the Clarence hotel restoration or both combined they both did loads for temple bar.
O’Connell Bridge house
Trinity Court in Pearse St, Dublins first methadone clinic, back as far as Tara St dart station still suffers greatly. Even early 90’s there were a number of retail choices on this stretch of Pearse St now everything is locked or has a bouncer
Georges Quay plaza as it has sparked the south inner docklands
The first 2nd generation office block in Blackrock, we can thank that one for Sandyford etc.
The U2 Tower its not built but is a catalyst none the less.