Kinsella’s proposed tower in D2 hits snag with DCC
The developer’s firm Esprit Investments has been asked for more information over concerns regarding height, distances to adjoining buildings and Metrolink
Developer Eric Kinsella’s plans to build a tower near Tara Street Dart station in Dublin 2 have hit a snag after city planners criticised the proposal.
Kinsella’s firm Esprit Investments Limited has applied for planning permission to build an 11-storey tower – with 13,768 sq m of office space and 49 apartments – over the rail line between Tara and Pearse Street Dart stations.
Dublin City Council has asked the developer for further information...
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