Things are hotting up in clubland

Increasing demand is pushing up rents in the busiest area of Dublin’s south inner city, writes Donal Buckley

21st February, 2016
Brasserie Sixty6 on George’s Street, Dublin 2

Strong demand from restaurateurs, pubs, food stores and beauty businesses have helped to push up the rents and the values of properties in Dublin’s city nightlife district between South William Street and Dame Street.

Up to 20 of these types of operators are canvassing agents seeking outlets especially in the section of the area branded as Dublin’s Creative Quarter, which stretches from South William Street to South Great George’s Street and from Lower...

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