Diageo in no hurry over St James’s Gate development

Brewing giant has settled on shortlist of three developers for urban quarter at home of Guinness

12th January, 2020
Diageo in no hurry over St James’s Gate development
The plan to transform 12.6 acres the site in Dublin’s Liberties was announced in 2017

Diageo is still deliberating on a developer to build its new St James’s Gate urban quarter, the brewing giant said.

It announced the plan to transform 12.6 acres at St James’s Gate, home of Guinness, in 2017 with a vision to build a major residential, office and commercial space in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties.

The process to select a developer began in September 2017 but the brewer said that this...

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