Button Factory owners want to split venue in two
Duo say demand is there given the void left by high-profile closures over the last two years
The operators of the Button Factory in Dublin’s Temple Bar want to capitalise on a string of venue closures in the city and split their auditorium in two.
Nottub Limited, owned by Paraic Dunning and Paul Clinton, has asked for permission to subdivide the existing Button Factory auditorium, which would create a 127.4 square metre space on the first floor.
Dublin City Council asked the firm to submit a justification report for the proposed...
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