Tetrarch submits plans for Dublin aparthotel scheme

Accommodation group Staycity set to lease completed complex

4th July, 2016
Tetrarch Capital Managing Director Michael McElligott, Tetrarch Hospitality Managing Director Damien Gaffney, and Director of Operations at Tetrarch Hospitality Glenn Valentine. The group is on a construction site at Tetrarchs Citywest Hotel.

Property investment company Tetrarch Capital, whose investments include Powerscourt Hotel and Citywest Hotel, has applied for planning permission to build what is being described as Dublin's

first purpose-built aparthotel scheme.

Tetrarch, formerly known as Brehon Capital, has submitted an application to Dublin City Council for a 159-unit development on Mark Street, off Pearse Street. The complex will be leased on a long-term basis to aparthotel...

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