Dublin’s first co-living complex gets green light

Operator SQRE is now actively seeking more sites around Dublin for similar schemes

8th December, 2019
Dublin’s first co-living complex gets green light
Dublin City Council offices

The first large-scale co-living complex in central Dublin has been given the go-ahead, with the future operators SQRE Living now actively seeking more sites for similar schemes.

Dublin City Council planners have refused all co-living proposals to date. They blocked applications from Bartra Capital and raised concerns about the standard of accommodation that shared living provides.

However, Hill Street Limited Partnership’s proposal to build a 129-bed complex on Hill Street near Mountjoy Square has just...

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