Hines boss: €1bn Cherrywood will be a Ranelagh for 21st century

Higher density means the new south Dublin development will be more like older Dublin suburbs ‘like Ranelagh or Rathmines’

3rd June, 2018
An artist’s impression of the planned development at Cherrywood, south Dublin

Hines, the Texan family fund owner of Cherrywood will build out most of its planned 1,269 apartments by the end of 2020, its Ireland chief executive Brian Moran said.

Hines and its pensions giant joint venture partner APG got approval last week from planners to start the €1 billion Cherrywood Town Centre, the residential part of the planned new town and its shops, restaurants and other amenities.

“This will be very much the heartbeat of Cherrywood,” Moran...

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