Bartra gets go-ahead for fourth co-living complex in Dublin
The 184-bed building near Castleknock is granted planning permission ahead of a proposed ban on such developments
Bartra Capital has secured permission to build a fourth co-living complex in Dublin.
An Bord Pleanála has given the developer the all-clear to build a 184-bedspace co-living block on the former site of Brady’s Public House near Castleknock and Blanchardstown.
Bartra Capital already has permission to build three other co-living facilities in Dún Laoghaire, Rathmines and Ballsbridge. The firm now has approval to build a total of 587 co-living units in...
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