Bolands Mills

Bolands Mills
The makers will make Bolands Mills
Opening in 2024, this old industrial dockside is being transformed into a vibrant new destination. A place with an eclectic mix of shops, eateries, work and community space, for people to explore and soak up the local culture. And a bustling, central location to grow your business.

The restoration of Bolands Mills is well underway. The old flour mills have been part of the economic, social and cultural life in the Grand Canal Dock area for nearly two centuries. And now they're ready to roar back to life.

When Bolands Mills opens, it will be a place for communities to come together. There will be space for art, programmed activities and events as well as a dedicated, renovated cultural hub for local groups to meet and perform. There are spaces for food traders, retailers, emerging brands and makers to come together and breathe new life into this Dublin icon.

A proud past. An exciting future.
Bolands Mills has long been a hive of industry. In 1873, a local baker called Patrick Boland bought two stonecut flour mill buildings overlooking Grand Canal Dock, which soon became a Dublin landmark: Bolands Mills.
Space for food traders, retailers,
emerging brands and makers