Shaping our city through placemaking

We see initiatives which enhance the public realm, both physically and culturally, as a way of delivering upon our strategy.

We have been investing in Dublin’s built environment for over 50 years.

This long-lasting relationship with our city has instilled in us the philosophy that successful landlords are those that see themselves as stewards of their neighbourhoods, rather than just their buildings.

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Successful placemaking

What underpins this stewardship is successful placemaking. This creates more attractive places and ensures an enhanced experience for those who live and work in the neighbourhoods in which we are active.

Our neighbourhoods

We aim to put our placemaking strategy into practice by focusing on the three Dublin city neighbourhoods in which we are particularly active: St. Stephen’s Green, Wilton Park, and the Docklands.

St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

IPUT buildings: 20 Buildings
Total sq ft office: 460,000
Total sq ft retail: 120,000

Wilton Park, Dublin 2

IPUT buildings: 8 Buildings
Total sq ft office: 600,000
Total sq ft retail: 25,000

Docklands, Dublin 1&2

IPUT buildings: 10 Buildings
Total sq ft office: 870,000
Total sq ft retail: 30,000

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Shaping our city through investment in public realm

Investments in public realm are integral to our Shaping our city strategy. Providing green space and attractive urban environments is crucial to the vibrancy of a city and the health and wellbeing of its communities.

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Shaping our city through
art & design

By supporting art and design initiatives, we remain connected with the creative forces in our city and can help share their work with a wider audience.

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Placemaking pipeline for 2021 and beyond

We have a range of placemaking initiatives planned across our neighbourhoods, all of which align with the findings from our Making Place research.

More about our 2021 pipeline