The O'Flynn Group has lodged plans to construct a 15 storey hotel and 1,137 residential units in Dublin set to cost €625m.
In the 10-year permission sought at Walkinstown Avenue in west Dublin by the Cork builder, 12 of the 13 apartment blocks are to range from four to 10 storeys in height.
The mixed-use 'Southwest Gate Dublin 12' development is to also include a 148-bedroomed, 15-storey hotel across the 17-acre site to be developed along the Naas Road. The plan is the largest ever devised for the capital by the O'Flynn Group and planning documentation lodged with Dublin City Council states that the anticipated population from the development will be 2,584.
The development is made up of 299 build-to-rent units; 724 build-to-sell units and 114 social-and-affordable units in order for the O'Flynn Group to comply with its Part V social housing obligations.
The plan also includes 5,000sqm of office space, 10 retail units, a cultural hub and a primary healthcare centre.
The development, much of it located on the former Nissan site, when complete will accommodate 658 jobs including 313 office jobs.