Larry Goodman’s Kildare Street office project faces fresh setback
Dublin City Council has raised concerns about a new plan by the beef magnate, to convert the old Kildare Street Hotel into offices
Larry Goodman’s long-planned project to redevelop a string of buildings on the corner of Kildare Street and Nassau Street has hit a fresh setback.
Last year, a firm owned by the beef magnate behind the ABP group revealed new plans to convert the former Kildare Street Hotel, and a building that housed JP Mooney's pub, at 47 and 48 Kildare Street respectively, into offices.
Dublin City Council has told Goodman’s property group that although replacement ...