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Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Southside
Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
Clontarf, Dublin 3, Northside
Dublin Docklands
Glasnevin, Dublin 9/11 Northside
O'Connell Street, Dublin 1, Northside
Rathmines, Dublin 6
Ringsend, Dublin 4, Southside
Stoneybatter / Smithfield , Dublin 7, Northside
Tallaght, Dublin 24
Templebar, Dublin 2, Southside
Terenure / Rathfarnham, Dublin 6W/12, Southside

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In recent years Dublin has suffered the effects of an economic downturn, including unemployment, emigration and the closure of many of its once bustling shops and restaurants. Housing is less expensive than it was during the booming Celtic Tiger years, from the late 1990s until 2008, but in 2013 prices began to rise once more. Many people working in Dublin commute from the suburbs and towns outside the capital, which is served by a modern road network and an efficient transport system. Dublin is home to numerous multinational high-tech companies such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Microsoft, giving an international feel to what was until recently a provincial capital. However James Joyce would still be able to recognise many of his old haunts, and even many of the traits of the old society in which he lived.

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Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Southside
Ballsbridge is one of the city's finest suburbs, a pleasant contrast to the grey and noisy city centre. The houses date largely from the Victorian era, however a few streets still have Georgian mansions. There is private...
Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
Blanchardstown is in Dublin 15, close to the intersection of the traffic-blocked M50 and the N3. There are apartments, semi-detached and detached houses and social housing. It mainly a lower and middle-income area with y...
Clontarf, Dublin 3, Northside
Clontarf is situated 3.5 km from the city centre. It is served by eight bus routes on special corridors and it takes 15 minutes to and from the centre. The Dublin Area Rapid Transport (Dart) stop has a special bus connec...
Dublin Docklands
The Grand Canal docks area extends over 38.2 hectares with a double water frontage on the Liffey and the impressive canal basin. There is the capacity for the development of circa 3,500 apartments and circa 400,000 sqm o...
Glasnevin, Dublin 9/11 Northside
Refined, red-brick Edwardian suburbs of Dublin's northside, which includes modern semi-detached family houses and terraces. Close to the ancient Celtic monastic village of Glasnevin and the botanical gardens. Highly resi...
O'Connell Street, Dublin 1, Northside
Location of the general post office, made famous by the Easter Monday rising in 1916, and considered the city centre.Here there is a mix of housing; apartments, social housing, townhouses, semi-detached housing. There ar...
Rathmines, Dublin 6
This is becoming a trendy area. Mainly inhabited by lower and middle income families, foreigners and students. There are mainly semi-detached houses and apartment blocks.The city centre is about two kms away and the area...
Ringsend, Dublin 4, Southside
Ringsend is famous for its quaint houses with a variety of colourful brick facades, and has come to represent a very Irish inner-city suburb with its mix of semi-detached houses, cottages, apartment blocks and social hou...
Stoneybatter / Smithfield , Dublin 7, Northside
Stoneybatter is an area of many contrasts, with a deeply-rooted Dublin working-class tradition living side-by-side with a more recent influx of new residents into the area. These are younger people residing in new apartm...
Tallaght, Dublin 24
Tallaght, just outside the busy but vital M50 city ring-road, is the capital of the new administrative county of south Dublin. It is located about 45 minutes south-west of Dublin city centre, but public transport from he...
Templebar, Dublin 2, Southside
Dublin's top tourist attractions; Trinity College, Dublin Castle, St. Stephens Green and Dublin's shopping district of Grafton Street. This is core of Dublin's business and financial district, The International Financial...
Terenure / Rathfarnham, Dublin 6W/12, Southside
Rathfarnham Castle dominates this area of town where there are tree-lined streets and well-kept houses set back from the road. There is a wealth of local amenities, including well-established junior and senior schools. T...
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