Red Rock pivots again in bid to develop ten-storey hostel in city centre

In previous applications, developer had applied to build co-living quarters and an aparthotel on Foley Street site near Connolly Station

A computer generated image of the proposed ten-storey hostel on Foley Street. Source: 3D Design Bureau

Keith Craddock’s Red Rock Developments has made a fresh attempt to develop a 10-storey tourist accommodation block in Dublin city centre, marking yet another pivot in its plans for the Foley Street site.

In recent years, the company has met opposition from Dublin City Council’s planning section over different projects it proposed for a site on Foley Street, near Connolly station.

In 2021, the council refused Craddock’s plan for a 12-storey co-living development with 102 ...