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Paddy McKillen Jr just Granted Permission for New Hotel and Pub in the Docklands
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Paddy McKillen Jr just Received Permission for New Hotel and Pub in the Docklands

Paddy McKillen Jr and Matt Ryan’s property developing company Oakmount has received approval from Dublin City Council to develop a new hotel in Dublin’s Docklands area.

The building, a six-storey, 60 bedrooms hotel is  located at 82 North Wall Quay and it has been reportedly purchased for €5 million in 2015. A further €10 million investment is expected to go into the completion of the project.

The neighbouring property, a 19th century building originally purposed as a pub at 81 North Wall Quay has also been green-lighted for Oakmount to restore it and to bring it back to its original use, connecting the pub and the hotel, which will also feature a rooftop restaurant, a ground floor bar and restaurant a terrace area and a café.

This new hotel is expected to be open for business late in 2018.


Known for setting a benchmark in modern day city living and premium office space, Oakmount boast an impressive portfolio of premium developments throughout Dublin. Founded in 2010, Oakmount have a vision for dynamic and innovative properties, which is evident in every property they have been involved in since its inception.

Just some of the inspiring properties produced by Oakmount include; One Percy Lane, 55 Percy Place, The Dean Hotel, Morehampton (Dublin 4), North Wall Quay (Dublin 1) and Charlemount (Dublin 2) to name but a few. Raising the bar in modern Irish design and architecture, Oakmount are dedicated to producing superbly designed buildings that are built and finished to the very highest of standards, a dedication that is shared by the professional teams that work with the company.

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