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# hanover-quay - Saturday 28 July, 2018

Poll: Would you visit the U2 centre? Achtung Building This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you visit the U2 centre?

Planning permission has been submitted for the attraction on Hanover Quay.

# hanover-quay - Thursday 8 September, 2016

Construction begins on top of the range €100 million Dublin office building

‘The Reflector’, as it is known, will eventually provide space for more than 1,000 employees.

# hanover-quay - Tuesday 14 October, 2014

U2 are buying 16 Hanover Quay for €450,000 from Dublin Docklands Development Authority

The DDDA says the Planning Scheme recognises the docklands as an art space with a variety of tourism attractions

# hanover-quay - Thursday 24 July, 2014

"It's tough against faceless power on that level" - cultural groups fight losing battle with Nama

Office development in The Docklands could force out a blossoming cultural scene that took hold during the downturn.

Opinion: Is the effort to ‘revive the property market’ pushing creative groups out of the Docklands?

Places like Mabos, one of Dublin’s most vibrant projects, remind us that the city is something we make together.

# hanover-quay - Friday 20 January, 2012

Facebook considering doubling size of Dublin offices – report

Bloomberg cites three sources who say the social network is looking at taking out lots more office space in Ireland.

# hanover-quay - Tuesday 7 December, 2010

Facebook to hire 100 new staff for Dublin HQ

The world’s biggest social network will increase its current Dublin workforce by 50% in the coming year.