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Planning Permission Has Been Sought To Build Dublin's Tallest Building

By katedemolder

May 3, 2017 at 8:30am

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A plan has been lodged to build Dublin's soon-to-be tallest building on a site next to Tara Street railway station, with plans for the building to be topped by a restaurant and bar with panoramic views over the city, says the Irish Times

Upon obtainment, the building will boast 17 storeys of a hotel, rooftop restaurant and bar and adjacent entrance to Tara Street DART station. 

Johnny Ronan is the developer behind the project, with HJL Architects at the helm of design. 

The highest building in Dublin at present is Monte Vetro, the Google HQ in Grand Canal Dock,standing tall at 67m (220ft).

The new building, currently being dubbed Tara House, is set to connect Dublin's historic city centre and the contemporary structure of the Docklands. 

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