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Permission Sought To Construct Mixed-Use Development With Hotel In Dublin

Published on Sep 11 2020 9:26 AM in Hotel tagged: Featured Post / O'Flynn Group

Permission Sought To Construct Mixed-Use Development With Hotel In Dublin

Residential and commercial property development firm the O'Flynn Group has applied for planning permission to construct a mixed-use development that would include a hotel on Walkinstown Avenue in west Dublin.

According to The Irish Independent, if approved, the proposed development, which has been called Southwest Gate Dublin 12, would include 1,137 residential units in addition to a hotel and would cost €625 million to construct.

The proposed development's hotel would be a 15 storey, 148-bedroom venue.

Other Facilities And Construction Commencement

The proposed development would also include office space, 10 retails units, a cultural hub and a primary healthcare facility.

The O'Flynn Group has lodged the plans for the proposed development with Dublin City Council and, if the plans are approved, hopes to commence construction in 2021.

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