Diageo plans to revamp historic Dublin region

Oliver Loomes, Country Director for Diageo Ireland and Colin O’Brien, Beer and Packaging Director at Diageo at the announcement of Diageo’s plans
Oliver Loomes, Country Director for Diageo Ireland and Colin O’Brien, Beer and Packaging Director at Diageo at the announcement of Diageo’s plans

Diageo has announced plans to turn St. James Gate, where Guinness has called home for more than 250 years, into a major commercial and residential hub.

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6 October 2017 | 0

As the country as a whole looks to the future, Diageo has announced ambitious plans transform 12.6 acres at its iconic St. James’s Gate site, in the heart of Dublin city, to create one of the most dynamic urban quarters in Ireland and Europe, in the Liberties area.  To make this vision a reality, the company has commenced the search for a world class development partner.

Following significant investment since 2011 at St. James’s Gate and advances in technology, the company has the ability to brew more beer with less space and is aiming to transform 12.6 acres of its nearly 50 acre site, in a venture that will embrace new and old, to create a mixed-use development called the St. James’s Gate Quarter.

 For further information on the project, visit www.SJGquarter.com

 The plan in video form: https://youtu.be/RkHpIfAxZco

 

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