City centre development to embody next-generation spirit of Dublin
An eco-friendly office and retail building opposite Trinity College will feature rainwater harvesting and a rooftop planted with native and adaptive plants
Dublin city’s next significant office and retail destination will enjoy a prime city centre location at the bottom of Dawson Street and Nassau Street, opposite the grounds of Trinity College.
Last week, the parties behind the scheme, London-based real estate investment management firm Mark, and Dublin-based investment management group BCP, announced that it will launch in some 15 months or so in spring 2023.
60 Dawson Street and Grafton Place is located on one of...
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