Clingen resurrects altered plans for boutique hotel in Georgian quarter
A consortium involving US businessman Brian Clingen has resurrected plans for a boutique hotel in Dublin’s Georgian quarter, despite a planning board block on its most recent attempt.
A group involving Clingen bought the Irish Lights building at 16-18 Pembroke Street in 2013. It has been lying idle since An Bord Pleanála’s inspector rejected the group’s application to turn it into a hotel.
A plan to convert it...
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