When Stonegate apartments opened in the city, it wasn’t a luxury property
Dublin, Ireland – A building which was once a luxury apartment block in the town of Stonegate in the west of Ireland has now become a luxury estate, as the developer has opened its doors to residents.
Stonegate Apartments has been in operation since 1997.
It has three towers which can be seen in this video, all of which are designed by the renowned architect Peter Huygens.
Huygarts most famous work was his work for architect Frank Lloyd Wright, where he designed a huge tower which was used as the new home of the Wright Brothers and the New York Times.
Now, the developer has plans to build a total of nine towers and addition of apartments, and to include an interiors exhibition hall and a park park.
“We are delighted to welcome our customers to Stonegate,” said Peter Hoy, Chairman of Stonegates parent company, Huygas Properties.
“Our team has worked tirelessly to create a home that is unique in Dublin, and we can’t wait to share this vision with our customers.”
“Stonegate’s design is both elegant and modern, and its modern architecture, which is the epitome of what the city is about, has made it a true asset,” said Hoy.
Stonegate is one of the most desirable developments in Dublin and is situated on the outskirts of Dublin city centre.
Its luxury apartments have a ground floor that is designed to house up to four people, a ground level with a view to the ground floor, a first floor with a view to a second floor, and a third floor with a view to a fourth.
In addition to one of the tallest towers in Dublin at 488 metres (1,280 feet) , the site is also home to four tower sides, including a fourth tower, which sits on the top of the building.
The development is set to open in the summer, with a number of luxury apartments on the way.