UK: Plans for a €15 million boutique hotel in the centre of Dublin have been approved following an appeal.
The project, designed and led by London-based architects Studio Anyo, will feature a 65-room boutique hotel with rooftop bar, mezzanine and basement.
The nine-storey development will see the existing basement roof removed and the interconnected second storey building to the rear, alongside all internal floors and walls, to facilitate the core structure of the new property.
Approval to transform the site on behalf of developer Padraig Kehoe of Development 8 was secured on appeal.
CEO of Studio Anyo, James Walsh, said: “We are delighted the project will now proceed. This is an exciting scheme that will see regeneration of an important site in a way that enhances its setting, while delivering environmental, social and physical improvements to benefit both occupants and the local community.
“As architects, we want to see the creation of beneficial developments that will leave a long-lasting legacy. This project will undoubtedly have a big impact and contribute to a positive change to this part of Dublin.”
Studio Anyo merged with Create Architecture in 2021, bringing together interior design, modular construction and building products under one roof.