This site consists of the Former Eason’s Office and Warehouse, Brickfield House, Brickfield Drive, Crumlin, Dublin 12.
Centrally located within a short walking distance to Luas service, Dublin City Centre, while a short drive to M50. Dublin Bus routes 56A, 77A, 151 & 122 run immediately past the proposed development.
The site borders Brickfield Park, which provides another fantastic local amenity for future residents.
The proposed development will consist of: (a) the demolition (total area approx. 5,757 sqm) of the existing buildings on site and the existing front boundary treatment; and (b) the construction of a new residential and mixed-use scheme of 282 no. apartment units in 4 no. blocks (Blocks A to D) ranging from 4 to 10 stories in height as follows:
• Block A (8 – 10 stories) comprising 96 no. apartments (38 no. 1 bed and 58 no. 2 bed units)
• Block B (7 – 8 stories) comprising 68 no. apartments (1no. studio, 29 no. 1 bed and 38 no. 2
• Block C (4 – 6 stories) comprising 40 no. apartments (11 no. 1 bed and 29 no. 2 bed units)
• Block D (5 – 7 stories) comprising 78 no. apartments (48 no. 1 bed and 30 no. 2 bed units)
Block C will accommodate a Childcare Facility/creche of approx. 281 sqm at ground floor level.
The proposal will also provide for a café of 140 sqm at the ground floor of Block C. Residential amenity areas will be provided in the form of a reception of approx. 67.5sqm, resident lounge and meeting room of approx. 151sqm and a public remote working hub of approx. 140sqm, all at the ground floor level of Block C.
At Level 01 of Block C, the accommodation includes a gym (approx. 229 sqm), a yoga / multi-purpose room (approx. 42.5sqm) and an office and lobby area.
Each residential unit will be afforded with private open space in the form of a balcony or terrace. Public open space is proposed in the form of play areas, courtyards, outdoor seating and terraced planting and pedestrian and cyclist
A total of 119no. car parking spaces (113no. at basement level), including 4 car share spaces (1no. at surface and 3no. at basement level) and 5 no. set-down/drop-off spaces at surface level; 558 no.
bicycle spaces (438no. stacked spaces at basement level, and 120 no. bicycle paces at surface level in open air and secure storage format); and 7no. motorcycle spaces (at basement level) are proposed.
The development shall be served via two new vehicular access points from Brickfield Drive. Upgrade works are proposed to the vehicular access points to facilitate the proposed development and to provide for improved access and egress for the overall development. New pedestrian and cyclist access points will be provided via Brickfield Drive.