3,800 new homes in Cherrywood

Posted by | May 26, 2015 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Almost 3,800 new houses, as well as shopping and office spaces are to be built in south Dublin.
The US investment firm Hines yesterday launched its Cherrywood plan, which will effectively create a new suburb in the capital. Green space including three large parks will be included in the project.
Hines bought the Cherrywood site, which is close to the N11 dual-carriageway, for €272m last year. The development involves the building of a new town centre, with schools, leisure facilities and about 3,800 new houses and apartments, as well as 170,000 square metres of office space.
Hines wants to construct an elevated, fully pedestrianized town centre plaza at the level of the existing Luas line running through the lands. This will be modelled in part on New York’s High Line district. Parking and road access will then run under the town centre. Hines’ boss in Ireland Brian Moran said his company was “poised” to start construction within a short time frame, with access roads to be built from this autumn.

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