Planners request more information on 34-storey skyscraper

Planners request more information on 34-storey skyscraper
A CGI render of the planner Custom House Tower. Pic: Pedersen Focus

FURTHER information has been requested by City Hall planners on plans for Ireland’s tallest skyscraper.

Tower Holdings is proposing a 34-storey skyscraper hotel that would reach approximately 140 metres in height at Custom House Quay.

Developers Tower Holdings will now have six months to respond to the request from the local authority.

The €140m project will also include retail units, cultural spaces, food and beverage businesses, office space, recreational areas, and a micro-distillery, which the developer says could create up to 800 jobs.

Below the hotel, the Bonded Warehouses will be occupied by a range of uses to complement the hotel, including retail, restaurants, cafes, a gallery, and cultural spaces, with a public promenade wrapping around the entire site.

A number of submissions supporting and objecting to the plans were lodged during the planning application process.

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