Dublin City Councillors are being asked to block the sale of a public plaza in front of the Central Bank.
It's known city-wide as a meeting place for many Dubliners, whether they've just gotten off the bus, sat beside the Crann an Oir sculpture or for some people, it's where Goths and Emo's hang out.
But the fight is on to keep the plaza on Dame Street in public hands.
The bank and two buildings are currently up for sale, but one City Councillor believes that the space in front of the gates is also up for grabs.
Councillor Andrew Keegan says "it's just a piece of property, they're not interested in the cultural aspect of this. There's many a boy and girl has met here and established a relationship and has gone on to have a family. There's history to this".
He added that the buildings should be kept in public ownership and put to good use "imagine this was the museum for Irish women, in Ireland and abroad historically, just a small re-imagining. Then the rest of it could be for the National Library or for some other use that the state has."
Councillor Keegan has a motion before the next monthly meeting of Dublin City Council, that'll take place on the first Monday in November.