Luxury Blackrock housing development planned for 2020

Developers, Bartra Capital are set to complete a luxury housing development on a hidden site off Avoca Road in Blackrock.

The scheme, known as ‘Glensavage’ will feature 8 contemporary homes and 14 apartments spanning over 2.49 hectares of woodland.

The Blackrock scheme has been designed by award winning de Blacam and Meagher Architects and influenced by a Scandinavian concept. 

To the northern end of the site, at the entrance from Avoca Road, there are three single-storey gate lodges. They are ‘L’ shaped in plan, focusing around private courtyards and gardens facing south west.

Architectural CGI of Glensavage development - 3D Design Bureau
Architectural CGI of Glensavage development – 3D Design Bureau

Beyond this, the site widens out to five large family homes, set within an open landscape. Again, these have an ‘L’ shaped plan, with all the principle rooms facing south west into very large private courtyards. To the southern end of the site are two apartment buildings, each three storeys and accommodating fourteen apartments in total, seven in each block with private terraces and balconies.

Located in a quintessential Blackrock environment, the homes are targeted as a modern edge for families, executives and downsizers.

The development is due to be completed in Spring 2020.

CGI consultants, 3D Design Bureau liaised with Bartra Capital to construct a series of architectural visualisation images for both planning and marketing purposes. 3D Design Bureau produced both verified view montages and architectural CGIs which were submitted as part of the planning application to the planning authorities.

Interior CGI of Glensavage development - 3D Design Bureau
Interior CGI of Glensavage development – 3D Design Bureau

Full project details:

Project name: Bartra Capital’s Glensavage residential development, Blackrock.

Contract stage: On-site

Planning documents: Dun-Laoghaire Rathdown County Council – An Bord Pleanála

Ref no: D17A/0397

Floor area: 3340 m2

Site area: 0.94 hectares

Units: 22

Storeys: 3

Architectural visualisation of Glensavage development - 3D Design Bureau
Architectural visualisation of Glensavage development – 3D Design Bureau

Development team:

Developer – Bartra Capital Property Limited: is an investment management vehicle founded by successful property developer and entrepreneur Richard Barrett. Bartra is delivering high quality property solutions across all sectors of the property market including private residential, social housing, commercial real estate, nursing homes and renewable energy. They are based in Dublin 2.

Funder – Activate Capital: founded in 2015 to address the shortage of debt capital available for property development in the Irish market.

Architect – Deblacam & Meagher Architects are based in Dublin 8.

Planning consultant – Tom Phillips and Associates:  is a Dublin-based company specialising in spatial planning, development and geospatial analysis operating throughout Ireland since 2002. Consulting engineer – Cs Consulting Group

Mech & elec engineer – JV Tierney & Company: was established in 1948 and is the market leader in consulting engineering design in the field of mechanical, electrical and sustainable engineering in the built environment.

Main contractor – Elliott Building & Civil Engineering: was formed in the 1920s. They work with government and private clients in all sectors of the construction industry together with a wide spectrum of the professional consultants in the industry.

CGI consultants3D Design Bureau – are specialists in architectural visualisation, BIM and VR – delivering quality design planning and marketing solutions. 3D Design Bureau created a series of verified view montages and architectural CGIs which were used for both planning and marketing purposes.

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