We’re partnering with Diageo to open the gates at St James’s to the people of Dublin for the first time in over 200 years, with one of the most exiting regeneration schemes in Europe.
This mixed-used development represents the second chapter of St.James’s Gate, which has been the home of Guinness since 1759. Located in central Dublin, just stops away from all the great Dublin Landmarks, entertainment venues, education centres and key transportation hubs, this project is set to create new public spaces for this area of the city and preserving new life into valued heritage assets.
“It is unusual for a drink to mean so much to so many, but Guinness has become far more than a brand. It has become a symbol for Ireland: an icon of heritage for people all over the world. St James’s Gate has over 260 years of history, and so, we have a unique responsibility to ensure that when that famous gate opens, it opens to a place synonymous with good times and memorable experiences.” Sean Mulryan
Sustainability is at the core of this project, with the vision being, to become the first Zero Carbon district in Dublin.