This commercial and residential development overlooking Clonkeen park got planning permission this week. They include a semicircular bridge over the Deansgrange river.
Development will consist of construction of an additional 2 floors with rooftop plant enclosures, of office accommodation over the existing ‘The Highline’ building
Demolition of the existing ‘Mentec House’ and construction of a six-storey over basement ‘Build-to-Rent’ housing development providing 78 no. apartments (5 no. studios, 58 no. one-bed and 15 no. two-bed).
The development will include 2 commercial/retail units, a cinema/tv room, a games room, a lobby, a refuse store, a concierge and management office and a communal lounge opening onto a landscaped garden at ground floor level.
The development will provide 136 no. bicycle parking spaces and 163 no. car parking spaces in total, comprising 63 no. existing car parking spaces at grade spaces at ‘The Highline’ and 31 no. car parking spaces at grade and 69 no. car parking spaces at basement level of ‘Mentec House.
New cycle ways and footpaths on the Pottery Business Park Access Road to the junction with Pottery Road.
h/t Cllr Ossian Smyth