Thursday October 29, 2020

Warehouse apartment wears its conversion with flair

A two-bed apartment in a New York-style development in Dublin 8 has come onto the market for €575,000

27th September, 2020
The Warehouse apartment building on Clanbrassil Terrace was once a clothing factory

The Warehouse, a handsome apartment block on Clanbrassil Terrace in Dublin 8, is not your average commercial-to-residential conversion.

It was one of the first such transformations in Dublin having enjoyed life as a clothing factory before being bought by developer Michael Roden in 1999. The area has a long association with the clothing industry, having once been a central tanners’ hub, an industry which may have lent the area its ‘Blackpitts’ moniker.

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