Greystar launches Brickfield Square Build to Rent scheme

Real estate company Greystar launches its Brickfield Square Build to Rent development in the South Dublin suburb of Drimnagh, Ireland.

One-bedroom open plan living space at Greystar's Brickfield Square | BTR News
One-bedroom open plan living space at Greystar's Brickfield Square.

Fully integrated real estate company – Greystar – has launched its Brickfield Square Build to Rent development, located to the south of the city centre in Dublin, Ireland.

Brickfield Square includes over 200 Build to Rent homes in a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments – offering city, park or mountain views.

Apartments include an open plan living space, floor to ceiling windows, a fully fitted kitchen, private balconies, high speed Wi-Fi, a king size bed and an en-suite bathroom, built-in wardrobes and good storage space.

The pet friendly scheme includes a range of amenities including a residents’ lounge, co-working space and meeting room, gym with Technogym equipmen, yoga studio, pet spa, café, creche, games room, private dining room, a courtyard garden and a garden with children’s play area.

Residents also benefit from over 100 car parking spaces, bike parking, EV charging stations, a bike maintenance workshop, Yuko car share, concierge and parcel room.

Residents can also enjoy the 27-acre park on their doorstep, and benefit from several hospitals within walking distance, and the LUAS just around the corner providing a direct link to the city centre.

Located in the South Dublin suburb of Drimnagh – a well-located residential area – Greystar’s Brickfield Square Build to Rent development is 3km from the city centre and is close to the green open spaces of Brickfield Park and the popular Rialto village.

Residents can also walk to the Luas at Suir Road in under ten minutes for direct access to the heart of the town or take a bus to almost anywhere from Crumlin Road. There is also nearby Grand Canal walking and cycling paths 700m from the scheme.

Steeped in heritage, the thriving community is situated on the former site of Ireland’s most famous brickworks – and the area has historic links with the industry.

Dublin city centre is also home to the likes of Facebook, Amazon, Barclays, Google and the Bank of Ireland – offering some of Ireland’s biggest employers on the scheme’s doorstep.