Sunday March 29, 2020

The divided Docklands

Commercially-driven construction means those hoping to live in the area face a €150k price difference north and south of the Liffey

5th February, 2017
Grand Canal Dock in D4 where a view and parking can push a two-bed to command up to €450,000

The development of the Docklands area of Dublin was a key driver in the construction sector during the boom and, while the bust interrupted proceedings, building is back again in this fascinating 1,285-acre part of the city.

But it’s a tale of two halves in two distinct ways. The flurry of activity this time around, post-crash, is decidedly commercially driven and on the residential front, there’s a great difference in pricing between the northern and...

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