||New 8-storey, 130ft high building. Early rolled-steel joist structure. Engineering consultant: Sir William Fairbairn. Estimated cost of Bolton's tender, £9,000, but according to Irish Times, 7 Jun 1890, total cost was £67,000. (Premises enlarged and converted into distillery, 1890.)
IAA, PKS B02/09, A03 (Feb 1863, p.48v) (for valuation of property, 1889, see PKS B23/09); DB 5, 1 Jun 1863, 98; William Fairbairn, On the Application of Cast and Wrought Iron to Building Purposes (3rd edition, 1864), ?; Alfred Darbyshire, An Architect's Experiences: Professional, Artistic and Theatrical (1897), 65-68; Jeremy Williams, A Companion Guide to Architecture in Ireland 1837-1921, 144; Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 461-2.