700 new ‘state of the art’ homes and sports facilities included in plans for phase two of Connolly Station
Plans have been filed for the second phase of the Dublin Arch project which will see hundreds of homes and ‘state of the art sports facilities built next to Connolly Station.
The project includes 741 housing units, two office buildings, shops and a 246-bed hotel.
A bicycle pole is also planned as part of the proposed development.
5,000 people are expected to work or live in the area when it is completed.
Permission was granted earlier this year for the first part of the Connolly Quarter development.
In a statement, developer Ballymore said: “The building permit is part of a comprehensive plan for the Connolly neighborhood which offers 741 housing units, of which 75 will be social housing, two office buildings as well as a hotel, and more. of 20 shops and amenities. units.
“The project will create more than 1,000 direct construction jobs over five years, including training and learning opportunities at all levels.
The development will also be the new home of Docklands Boxing Club and St. Joseph’s O’Connell Boys GAA Club, where both clubs will have new, state-of-the-art facilities.
Ballymore President and CEO Sean Mulryan said the plan would offer a mix of “dynamic and contemporary building designs” that would make Dublin Arch the “most connected and talked about neighborhood people will want to live in. , work and visit “.
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