Magnificent seven: new developments to regenerate Dublin 8

New hotels, student accommodation, tourist attractions and progress on the National Children’s Hospital are helping to make the area a hotspot for Hines, Ballymore and Marlet, among others

25th October, 2020
Proposed regeneration of the Guinness Quarter at St James’s Gate

The area of Dublin 8 between James Street and the Grand Canal looks set to be transformed in the coming years following recent progress on seven new developments.

Among the factors that are encouraging these new developments have been the progress already made on the National Children’s Hospital as well as the new hotels, student accommodation and tourist attractions on the eastern side of Dublin 8 closest to the city centre.

Closer to the canal...

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