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Trinity Street car park complex to be replaced with office block

Car park operator Bashview Limited is divesting from the business as city moves toward more cycle-friendly plans

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
15th March, 2020
The existing six-storey mixed-use building – known as Moira House – and 171-space Trinity Street Car Park will be knocked down.

The owners of Trinity Street Car Park in Dublin city centre plan to demolish the complex and replace it with a new office block.

New documents filed with Dublin City Council by Bashview Limited – the operators of the car park – revealed the plans to demolish both the car park and Moira House, which face onto Trinity Street, Dame Lane and Andrew's Lane.

The existing six-storey mixed-use building – known as Moira House –...

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