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Bluebell renewal project will create ‘green lung’ for local residents

The Dublin 12 retail park regeneration will include 1,305 residential units, rooftop farms and a large amenity area

20th October, 2019
A landmark glass office building at the corner of the Kylemore and Naas Roads will rise to 17 storeys and accommodate about 900 workers

An application for one of Dublin’s largest urban regeneration schemes has been made to Dublin City Council by Allied Real Estate Group (Areg) for the regeneration of the Royal Liver Retail Park on the Naas Road, near Bluebell in Dublin 12.

Expected to cost €500 million to develop, the residential-led mixed-use scheme will include 1,305 residential units, a landmark Grade A office building, supermarket and commercial/retail around a central public plaza.

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