Iveagh Markets to be returned to Guinness family after 114 years
The Victorian building in Dublin’s historic Liberties area has fallen into a dilapidated state after dispute between council and developer
Iveagh Markets building in Dublin, over which there had been a long-running dispute, is to return to the ownership of the Guinness family after 114 years.
An agreement was reached after several months of engagement, sources involved said, and a family member visited the site today to look at the building’s current condition.
The historic Victorian markets building in Dublin’s Liberties area has fallen into a dilapidated state in recent years, having been empty...
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