Liffey Valley site could support 1,400 homes, says developer

Construction on 27-acre site beside shopping centre could be funded by German pension fund

24th October, 2021
Liffey Valley site could support 1,400 homes, says developer
Brian Moran, senior managing director with Hines in Ireland, said the company could build 1,200 to 1,400 homes on the site in Liffey Valley within five to eight years.

Vast tracts of land beside ​​Liffey Valley Shopping Centre controlled by Hines have potential to provide space for more than 1,400 new homes, according to the US developer.

Last week, the sod was turned on a new €20 million bus interchange at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, which will be a large hub in the National Transport Authority’s new Bus Connects network.

Brian Moran, senior managing director of Hines Ireland, told the Business Post the...

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