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Large co-living scheme revealed for Dublin city centre

Words: Roger Milne
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Stoneweg, an international property investment company, has unveiled proposals for a new co-living development in Dublin city centre designed to deliver nearly 400 homes.

The Geneva-based group has just acquired seven vacant buildings on Cork Street in Dublin 8 as part of a joint venture.

Subject to planning permission, the adjacent properties, which are largely derelict, will be demolished and redeveloped into a high-quality, 397-unit co-living complex.

The 0.4-hectare site close to the new National Children’s Hospital, and within walking distance of Grafton Street and Trinity College Dublin, is zoned for residential development. 

Stoneweg said each unit in the new development would be “significantly larger than the current national minimum standards for co-living”.

The proposed scheme has been designed by John Fleming Architects and would provide new connections from Cork Street through to neighbouring John St South.

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