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Bridge Park West Mixed-Use Development Proposed for Historic Dublin

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Developer Crawford Hoying announced last week a small extension to their giant 1162-unit development planned in Dublin’s “Bridge Street Corridor” district. Known as Bridge Park West, the 42-unit mixed-use condo, office and retail development will sit in Historic Dublin on North High Street, just north of the main intersection at Bridge Street.

“We identified the North High Street site as a tremendous mixed-use location early on,” said Stephen Brothers-McGrew, Marketing Manager at Crawford Hoying. “It’s a gorgeous riverfront site with great views that will serve to blend the Historic Dublin and Bridge Park areas fostering a single, continuous ‘Downtown Dublin’ experience.”

The development will include approximately 20,000 square feet of retail and 20,000 square feet of office space, and will connect to the larger Bridge Park development by way of a new pedestrian bridge that is being constructed as a part of a larger pedestrian infrastructure improvement project for the area.

“Bridge Park West will represent a slightly quieter, slower pace experience more representative of Historic Dublin than we anticipate from the more active Bridge Park, but residents and businesses will still just be a short walk from all the action of the east side,” added Brothers-McGrew.

Both of Crawford Hoying’s Bridge Park projects are expected to be reviewed soon by the City of Dublin, and construction may begin as early as September.

Dublin’s Bridge Street Corridor master plan has attracted attention from several other developers since its debut, including CASTO, which has proposed a 392-unit residential development off Tuller Road, and OHM, which has proposed a 27-unit mixed-use project in Historic Dublin.

“The addition of high end condominiums on the west side of the river was really a response to the market,” said Brothers-McGrew. “Initially we had imagined that the units on the Bride Park West site would be for-rent apartments. It wasn’t long before a clear need emerged for a high end, for-sale residential product.”

For more information, visit www.crawfordhoying.com.

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