Guineys store for sale with permission for 44-room hotel
The building has about 24 metres of frontage onto Talbot Street and is some 350 metres from O’Connell Street
It was once a bustling and successful drapery store – so successful its Kerry owner, Denis Guiney, was able to buy nearby Clerys out of receivership in the 1940s. Now, after sitting vacant for seven years since it closed in 2012, the former Guiney & Co department store at 79/80 Talbot Street in Dublin city centre has returned to the market for sale.
Its current owners, publicans and property developers Noel and Clare Tynan, have appointed JLL...
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