Here’s a rather delightful little video from Bryan O’Brien of The Irish Times, click the link below to watch…
In the accompanying article Olivia Kelly notes that, while the building is up for sale, it’s use is restricted to certain functions.
The building is now being sold and under current zoning rules could be used for an amusement and leisure complex, bar, nightclub, restaurant, hostel, retail warehouse or a place of worship.
A place of worship for cinema perhaps? Could Quentin Tarantino be convinced to pick this up to sit alongside his ownership of the New Beverly Cinema in LA? Surely there’s some celluloid fetischist out there who might be interested?
Pick it up for a cool €1.75m.
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