With the initial design phases complete the Parkgate Development in Dublin has now applied for planning permission and hopes to get building work underway in the coming months.
Set to bring an extra 481 apartments to it’s central location, the development will also provide around 40,000sq ft of office space and over 7,000sq ft of retail.
The project itself will be key in breathing new life into the Parkgate Street area and enhancing this key part of the city, pending the development’s approval.
IN2 are responsible for the Mechanical and Electrical design as well as all of the Environmental analysis and consulting.
Construction should be complete by late 2022.
The following was written in the Irish Times;
‘Developer Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land will submit a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála today for the development of a 29-storey apartment building at Parkgate Street in Dublin’s inner city.
The proposed 93m (305ft) tower forms part of a major mixed-use complex Mr O’Reilly is aiming to deliver on the landmark Hickeys site. The residential element of the scheme is set to comprise 481 studio, one- and two-bed apartments distributed across four blocks ranging in height from eight storeys to 29 storeys. Some 3,698sq m (39,805sq ft) of space will be dedicated to office use while a further 658sqm (7,083sq ft) will be reserved for retail, cafe and restaurant space.
Depending on planning approval, Chartered Land anticipates that development of the site could commence by the middle of this year, with an expected completion date of late 2022.
Designed by Reddy Architecture and Urbanism in co-operation with Lafferty Project Managers, the Parkgate Street site’s 29-storey tower is intended by the developer to serve as a visible landmark for Dublin, with many of its floors commanding views of the city centre and Phoenix Park.
The development will feature numerous amenities including a residential communal courtyard, a co-working space, a gym, multipurpose function rooms and games rooms.’