Student Accommodation Highlight
Now on-site nearing completion the €36M Printing House Square development on Trinity College Dublin’s city-centre campus, consists of 260 units of student accommodation over six storeys, with ancillary space in the three levels below ground.
Also nearing completion, the Aungier Street 300-bed student accommodation development, sits over a retail complex at ground floor. It is in the heart of historical Dublin with 7 floors of accommodation including a central tower over an open-plan student common room within a central courtyard.
Binary Hub student accommodation of some 14,500sqm was developed on a brown field site in central Dublin off Thomas Street, providing 470 bed spaces with 95 cluster units over 10 floors.
Dorset Point student accommodation facility on Dorset Street provides 447 student bed spaces on a brownfield site in Dublin’s city centre. The accommodation is up to 6 storeys high with retail units and gym at ground floor level as well as a café, social interactive space for students and external landscaped courtyards.
While still in planning stages the Cork Street student accommodation development consists of the construction of a high-quality facility on the site of a former factory facility in central Dublin. The facility on Cork Street provides 399 bed spaces in studio and 4 to 8 bed clusters over 7 floors.
The new Carrigrohane Road 623-bed student accommodation in Cork City is a 6 to10 storey development with a gross floor area of approximately 19,267sqm. The development is ideally situated to service both University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology with the potential to offer great prosperity to the area.
Carman’s Hall student accommodation in the Liberties Dublin provides a modern living space with 207 beds, common room, gym, study room, bicycle storage, a public coffee shop at ground level and a private outdoor landscaped courtyard.