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Lime Street, Dublin 2
Marlet Property Group
Henry J Lyons
The development will feature 216 1- and 2-bedroom apartments over 6 floors with amenity spaces including multi-purpose rooms, a gym and a lounge; landscaped outdoor communal spaces including a light, bright and airy central courtyard, and a first-floor roof terrace.
The building has been designed as a U-shaped block around a courtyard, which gives residents a respite from the busy city surroundings. It will be primarily built in brick to keep tradition with neighbouring residential architecture and industrial buildings in the Docklands area. Adding a modern twist are touches of burnt buff brick in hues of red and brown, and subtly styled metalwork.
On the street and basement levels, there will be retail units, storage space and parking for cars and bikes.
On the banks of the docklands, with the water on one side and a bustling technology district on the other, One Lime Street benefits from an extremely convenient location.
Multiple transport options are available: Pearse Street Station is a 10-minute walk, as is a Dublin bus stop serving routes to the centre. There is a Dublin Bikes station right outside and another close by.
The IFSC, 3 Arena, and global tech HQs like Facebook and Google are all within walking distance. The area is also home to a choice of restaurants, cafes, bars and boutiques.
One Lime Street will form part of a brand new development scheme including a second residential building: the Ropemaker, a state-of-the-art commercial building: 1909 Quayside, and the redesigned Sorting Office; all of which will see this area come to life once again.