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Mixed Use

Abbey Street

Located on Abbey Street, Dublin 1, the proposed development will provide for much needed short-stay accommodation in the form of a hotel fronting Abbey Street Upper and an aparthotel fronting Great Strand Street in addition to significant supporting retail use at ground floor level.

Property Overview

  • Address

    31-34 Abbey Street Upper and 42-51 Great Strand Street, Dublin 1.

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    MCA Architects

  • Proposal

    Mixed use hotel and retail

Details & Amenities

The proposed mixed use development at Abbey Street Upper & Great Strand Street will provide for two hotels and two retail units.

The scheme once constructed will consist of a 9 storey (with 7th and 8th floor level setback) over basement aparthotel fronting Great Strand Street, comprising 256 bedrooms and the proposed hotel comprising 247 rooms.

Both hotels will include related hotel/aparthotel facilities including reception areas, coffee docks, staff accommodation etc.

Included in the development, the retail area will total 16,921 sq ft.

Bike parking spaces for hotel users
Hotel set down
Cafe & bar areas within hotels
Adjoining Dublin Bikes Station
New pedestrian link between Byrnes Lane & Great Strand Street
Terraced Area at first floor level

The primary façade onto Abbey Street Upper, which incorporates a mix of historic architectural styles, is intended to reinforce the brick environment to continue the Georgian urban context of the street. The façade addressing Great Strand Street will set a precedent for how the street could be developed in future and will also reflect the brick environment and scale while setting a new level for quality along this facade.

Site Location

The site is located between 31-34 Abbey Street Upper and 42-51 Great Strand Street and bounded by Byrnes Lane, Dublin 1.

In proximity to the Jervis Street Red Luas Line Stop, Jervis Shopping Centre, Ilac Centre, bustling Henry Street and an array of excellent eateries.

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