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Bolands Quay Official Marketing Launch

Official Marketing Launch of Boland’s Quay

Mark Reynolds of Savill’s, the Nama-appointed receiver to the site, will officially launch the marketing of the Boland’s Quay project this evening – 06/04/2016.

The development will be marked by three tapering, signature buildings set around new public space on the canal dock edge. The eclectic mix of refurbished industrial heritage structures, high quality contemporary new build, new public streets and the connection to the water will deliver a unique experience in this part of the city.

When complete the development will deliver  37,000 m² of  commercial, residential, restaurant, café and a cultural exhibition space.

A new pedestrian bridge, two new civic plazas with water frontage to Grand Canal Dock and a cultural/community space of 549 m² (5,910 sqft) are also included.

The principal historic buildings on the site are two six-storey stone warehouse buildings dating from the 1830’s, as well as a number of buildings on Barrow Street dating from the 1870’s.

Link to the Irish Times article – http://www.irishtimes.com/business/commercial-property/boland-s-quay-scheme-at-dublin-s-historic-boland-s-mills-site-set-for-september-start-1.2598806

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26/27 Grafton Street – Granted Planning Permission

BKD Architects are delighted to announce the grant of a planning application for redevelopment of the existing 26/27 Grafton Street building.The design concept aims to achieve a high-end contemporary expression with a particular material quality for a refurbished 1970’s building located in the heart of the Grafton Street.

A large new retail unit extends from basement  to first floor, with refurbished office floors above. The challenge is to create a contemporary and unified expression for the different space uses behind the facade which sits comfortably in the established and much-loved composition of Grafton Street.

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New Associates & Director Appointed

Burke-Kennedy Doyle Architects are delighted to announce additions to its management team with the appointment of Paul Quinn to its Board of Directors and new Associates; Alec Birnie and Ross Mc Gee.

 

Joint Managing Director; Niall Kerney said that “The appointments reflect the contribution of these senior staff members to the success of the company and our ongoing commitment to build our management team with the best in the industry”

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Bolands Mills Development – Granted Planning Permission

BKD Architects are delighted to announce that the Boland’s Quay Development at Boland’s Mills has been granted planning permission by Dublin City Council. Following adjustments to the street elevations on Barrow Street and an increase in the proportion of white coloured cladding material to the dock elevations the development was deemed to have met the requirements of the North Lotts and Grand Canal SDZ Planning Scheme.

 

The development will be marked by three tapering, signature buildings set around new public space on the canal dock edge. The eclectic mix of refurbished industrial heritage structures, high quality contemporary new build, new public streets and the connection to the water will deliver a unique experience in this part of the city.

 

When complete the development will deliver  37,000m² of  commercial, residential, restaurant, café and a cultural exhibition space.

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Bolands Mills

Following close consultation with Dublin City Council during the formation of the North Lotts and Grand Canal SDZ Planning Scheme, BKD Architects are delighted to announce the lodgment of a planning application for an exciting new urban renewal scheme at the Boland’s Mills site at Grand Canal Dock, Dublin.

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