Donnybrook hotel may be scrapped for apartments
Kouchin Holdings wants to abandon its six-storey hotel plan in favour of an eight-storey, built-to-rent apartment block
Kouchin Holdings, the property group controlled by businessman Emmet O’Neill, is seeking to abandon its planned Donnybrook hotel, now favouring a taller apartment block on the site.
O’Neill, the former chief executive of petrol station chain Topaz and a nephew of telecoms tycoon Denis O’Brien, had previously secured permission to build a six-storey, 78-room hotel adjacent to Donnybrook fire station.
New plans have now been submitted by Kouchin Holdings...
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