JDW completes £30.4m Dublin development
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MCA Insight, JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has made the largest investment in its 41-year history in the development of Keavan’s Port pub and hotel in Dublin.
The operator completed the Camden Street Upper site in Dublin city centre having invested €33.4m (£30.4m) in its acquisition and development.
The 9,000 square foot site spans two floors and will feature 89 bedrooms alongside a 3,800 square foot garden across two courtyards.
JDW intends to hire 200 full and part-time staff at the pub, which is named after an ancient highway into Dublin of which Camden Street formed a part.
HERE is the first look inside York's newest bar, restaurant and cafe and cocktail bar - The Impossible WonderBar and Tea Rooms.
Opening on Saturday in the the former Carluccio’s restaurant in St Helen’s Square, it is part of a £3 million investment which includes the transformation of the next-door site into a new boutique 18-bedroom hotel with another restaurant inside earmarked to open in September 2021.
The multi-million-pound investment by Tokyo Industries will create 200 new jobs in the city.
A spokesperson said: "Impossible York brings a totally new drinking and dining experience to the city, set across its three floors in York’s St Helen’s Square.