BROWN STREET SOUTH [CONNECTING DONORE AVENUE TO ORMOND STREET AND OSCAR SQUARE - WEAVER'S SQUARE]
South Brown Street is home to the Mercy Family Centre which includes a modern a crèche, Montessori school and adult training centre and result from the renovation of existing buildings plus the addition of a new wing along the street.
The street front is hard but playful, with windows at heights to suit different ages. Screened courtyards hint at a softer, colourful inner world of gardens and play areas.
The street is named after the Brown family, who were prominent landowners in the area in the 18th century. The street was originally known as Brown's Street, but it was renamed South Brown Street in the 19th century to distinguish it from other streets with the same name.
Weaver's Square is a small square in Dublin, Ireland, located in the Liberties area. It is named after the weavers who settled in the area in the 17th century. The square is home to a number of Georgian and Victorian buildings, as well as a few newer apartments. There is also a small park in the center of the square.
Oscar Square is a small park in the Smithfield area. It is named after Oscar Traynor, an Irish republican who was a minister in the first Dáil Éireann. The square was laid out in 1922-24, at the same time as the adjacent Tenters housing estate.
Donore Avenue is a residential street which is located in the south inner city. It is a long street that runs from Parnell Bridge to the Coombe Hospital. The street is home to a mix of Georgian, Victorian, and modern houses. There are also a number of schools, shops, and businesses on the street.