Proposed development of 420 apartments within 7 residential blocks located north-west of Dublin city, well serviced by public transport, 3km from Dublin City Centre and 1.5km from Phoenix Park. The Cabra Road development is located in Dublin 7 and is a Dublin City Centre suburb located approximately 3 km north-west of O’Connell Street and 15 km south of Dublin Airport. Cabra is bordered by Ashtown to the west, Drumcondra to the east, Glasnevin to the north and Stoneybatter to the south. It is also situated north-east of Phoenix Park, one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces within any European City, in addition to the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. The location has unrivalled public transport services with Dublin bus routes connecting Cabra to the City Centre, Ballsbridge and the North Circular Road (routes 37, 39, 70, 120 & 122). The proposed development will be situated 1.4 km from the Broombridge railway station which provides transport to Dublin Connolly station northbound and Maynooth westbound. There will be a LUAS Terminus 1 km from the property which will link Cabra to the City Centre and beyond via the existing Red and Green lines. The new route also continues northbound to Broombridge with services planned to commence in December 2017. The scheme is located less than 2 km from the Grangegorman Quarter; an extensive education and health community development for DIT (Dublin Institute of Technology) and the Health Service Executive. Grangegorman will be one of the largest educational facilities in Ireland. DIT is currently consolidating all of its campuses at this newly developed Grangegorman campus. The campus currently accommodates over 10,000 staff and students, and this is expected to increase to 20,000 when fully completed.