Permanent TSB, Grafton Street

Permanent TSB, Grafton Street, Dublin 2

Grafton Street dates from the early 18th century, when it was developed as a mixed residential and commercial street, and it was redeveloped later that century when it became an important north-south inner city crossing. 

Permanent TSB, Grafton Street - project by FF Conservation & Restoration

Photo: Google maps

No 70 Grafton Street, standing on the corner with Harry Street, is the work of Laurence McDonnell, who designed it in 1900 in ‘Jacobean’ style with brick pilasters. 

Now housing PTSB, the bank was completely closed down while it underwent a major refurbishment. 


  • Implementation of waterproof tanking management system to the basement in keeping with best conservation practice.

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