A former furniture showroom and warehouse in Coolock is to provide accommodation for homeless families.
The Irish Times says the building in the Greecastle Parade Industrial Estate is one of 9 facilities across the city to be used as "family hub" centres.
They will cater for around 380 families and will provide homework clubs, play spaces, laundry, cooking and dining facilities.
8 of the buildings have been leased by Dublin City Council for 5 years while Ashling House, a B&B in Clontarf has been bought by the council.
The Coolock facility will have 40 family rooms and is one of two former commercial building being converted.
The other is a former Prison Service building owned by the Office of Public Works which will house up to 30 families.
The only hub to open so far is High Park, a former Magdalene laundry in Drumcondra which has space for 42 families.