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Here's What Central Bank's Future Rooftop Restaurant Will Look Like

By Alana Laverty

August 9, 2017 at 9:48am


Holy guacamole. 

Property giants Hines (US) and Peterson (Hong Kong) are seeking permission this week for the €75 million redevelopment of the iconic Central Bank on Dame Street. 

The plans include creating a two-storey, 300-seater glass rooftop restaurant and skydeck with 360º views of Dublin City, according to The Irish Times. 

The 'Central Plaza' will also house offices, a cafe and retail units at street and basement level. 

And here's what it's gonna look like:

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Developers hope the plaza will be completed by December 2018.

The planning application will be lodged this week. 

Header image: Hines Ireland.

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