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Dublin’s first co-living complex gets green light

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

Killian Woods

Business reporter

8th December, 2019
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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