City Assembly House Fundraising Campaign - Will You Help?
The Irish Georgian Society has launched a capital campaign to raise the €600,000 needed to complete the restoration of the City Assembly House. So far €900,000 has been pledged through the support of Dublin City Council, and the US based Jerome L. Greene Foundation and Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Family Foundation.
We are appealing directly to our friends and membership in Ireland, the UK and the USA to raise the €600,000 required to reach our overall target of €1.5m which will allow us to commence the final phase of works on the building. All donors to the campaign will be recognised on our Donors board displayed in the City Assembly House.
Works are scheduled to commence in early 2017 which will see the restoration of the great octagonal Exhibition Room, the provision of services to ensure the building will be accessible to everyone, and the preparation of a lettable space to generate sustainable income for the building.
The character of the City Assembly House and the surrounding streetscape has been transformed following the completion last week of the repointing of brick and stone work to the front of the building and the reinstatement of Georgian-type windows. The building’s previously drab exterior was marred by accumulated layers of air pollution, by damaging cement pointing done probably in the 1950s, and by plate glass windows that were introduced in the early 20th century.
This important project has been achieved through the support of the Jerome L Greene Foundation with additional sponsorship and grants from The Ireland Funds and Dublin City Council.
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