Hines has offered the council 60 studios for an average of €300,000 each in the developer’s planned complex on Clonliffe Road in Drumcondra.
In Drumcondra, Some Question Whether New Homeless Hostel Should Be Privately Run
Councillors and homeless advocates are concerned about standards slipping, as more private hostels open.
Some Residents Have Ideas for Local Metrolink Station – They Just Wish TII Would Listen
Plans to put the Collins Avenue Station under the lawn of Our Lady of Victories, and to have a shaft popping up out of Albert College Park need fixing, residents say.
On North Circular Road, Brazilian Mini-Pizzas, both Savoury and Sweet
Sampa Foods offers Brazilian specialties from esfihas and Beirutes to snacky coxinhas. It’s hoping to expand to the south side of the city soon, too.
In Drumcondra, a Bulgarian Dance Class Keeps Tradition Alive
Slavi Begov came to Ireland to further his career in IT. And now he’s bringing the traditional dances of his native Bulgaria to life in Dublin.
After Drumcondra, Councillors Discuss Traffic Changes for Other Neighbourhoods
Traffic officials are looking at 21 schemes similar to the bollards recently put in to calm traffic on smaller streets in Drumcondra.
Council Briefs: Drumcondra Road Closure, a Ballymun Gaelscoil, and Fire Safety
At a recent meeting, councillors for the north-west of the city talked about road closures, the campaign for a new school, and delayed social housing.
In Drumcondra, a Drum-and-Bass Vinyl Store and Studio
Pawel Szoka says he wants to serve the city’s healthy and growing scene.
Shouk Brings Irish-Israeli-Iraqi Dishes to Drumcondra
Alon and Dana Salman have kept the menu simple for now, with – among other dishes – soft pitas, fresh falafel, and tangy tahini.
In Drumcondra, Locals Are Divided Over Road Closures
New bollards are meant to block cars from using smaller residential streets to cut between busy Drumcondra and Home Farm roads, making the neighbourhood nicer to walk and cycle in.