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July 16, 1998

Liffey Boardwalk mooted

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The Liffey boardwalk project is a key component in a broader £10m-plus millennium `facelift’ for Dublin’s riverside area. Inspired by the Seine in Paris and other influences, Dublin Corporation commissioned architects MacGarry Ni Eanaigh to design a cantilevered boardwalk along the North Quays between O’Connell Bridge and Capel St Bridge. The project will cost an estimated £1m and target for completion is 2000.

The Irish Times

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