Located at Baldoyle in north Dublin, Phase 3 of this town centre development comprises c.65,000 sq.m. of residential (482 units), office (10,000 sq.m.) and retail (10,000 sq.m.) accommodation, distributed over nine blocks on a c.6.45 hectare site next to a new-build Train Station. In order to create greater pedestrian access to the station and form strong urban linkages to neighbouring residential districts a pedestrian precinct of ramped squares and streets is created. This dynamic pedestrian square contains cafes, restaurants and shops at ground level with apartments above and car parking and retail units below, built at grade. A diverse range of apartments, townhouses, courtyards and streetscapes have been designed to create a diverse village setting.



Client: Ballymore Properties & Menolly Homes
Site area: 6.45 ha
Status: Granted Planning Permission

The Directors, Staff and Consultants of MÓLA Architecture worked on this project while in Murray Ó Laoire Architects