Two comfortable duplex apartments are newly formed in the familiar walls of a long neglected Georgian building ending 50 years of commercial use and almost a decade of vacancy.
NO. 19 Hamilton Street
A typical brick terraced period house between the canals in Dublin 8. Long dilapidated and vandalised and now brought back to life by our in house design and build team.
NO. 132 James’s Street
Refurbishment of a protected structure in the heart of the Liberties and close to the new Pearse Lyons Whiskey Distillery and the soon to be developed Roe and Coe Whiskey distillery. This is the heart of former industrial Dublin.
NO. 4-5 Stoneybatter
Our team of Stoneybatter residents spotted this long underutilised building and set about the complex task of acquiring it for redevelopment and renewal.
NO. 4 Stoneybatter Pop-Up Festival Office
Sometimes you just have to get on with stuff and see what can be done in a week.
NO. 1 Capel Street / Lower Ormond Quay
Another building that has been through the wringer. Empty and unused since the late 1980's and yet appearing in all its glory in Malton's historic watercolours of Dublin.
NO. 5 Lower Ormond Quay
Recently acquired by Danoj Developments this building has been heavily modified and altered throughout its history. In need of structural attention and piecing together to see what has happened to it over the last 100 odd years. Watch this space.
NO. 6 Lower Ormond Quay
A building on the north quays of the the river Liffey in the heart of Dublin that was substantially modified after 1916 but survived the inner city rot and devastation of 1980's Dublin to emerge in need of attention today.