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02-12-2019, 12:39   #16
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I was going to get one but seeing as we can't view them and there wasn't any cancelation policy on the lease (only on their website) I decided against it.
As in, the break clause isn’t included on the lease? That’s a big one if so.

I don’t really understand not being able to view before you commit - maybe they will have that in place when the development is finished?

The move in dates seem pretty specific, they must be near completion if they can provide exact dates.
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Yep, no break clause was included in the lease. So in the event I wanted to cancel all I had to go off was a bit of text on their website.

And I noticed pricing being changed on their website too. Started at €1500 and then suddenly went up to €1550 over night along with every other unit going up by at leat €50.

Just didn't feel right to me
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I get on at Clongriffin too. I find the journey uncomfortable most days. Especially when you get to Raheny and people start roaring at those already on the train to move into non-existent other places to stand. If you are happy with this service for the price paid, fair play! I'm not expecting a seat, but a little room would be nice.
I just ignore them, even if there is room, I'm not moving to an uncomfortable position. They are served by both Dart likes, there's a train every 10 minutes
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There isn't a tonne of information on the website as to where the apartment you choose is located ie, what direction your balcony is facing, how near the amenities you are etc, however I found a lot of it through the planning permission documents.

There are three "blocks": 31, 32 and 22. Each of these are split into sections ie A, B, C, D.

Plans for Block 31:
http://www.dublincity.ie/AnitePublicDocs/00770577.pdf

Block 33:
http://www.dublincity.ie/AnitePublicDocs/00770596.pdf

I have some for 32 downloaded, but can't find hyperlink atm.
These links aren’t working - how do you view them?

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Search dcc website for planning application reference 4016/16, plans are there to view

http://www.dublincity.ie/swiftlg/apa...iteria.display

Initial plan was amended by application ref 2478/17, 2491/19

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05-12-2019, 15:04   #21
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Is there an actual address / street number for the blocks? The road is quite long and the development doesn’t appear on Google Maps yet
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Is there an actual address / street number for the blocks? The road is quite long and the development doesn’t appear on Google Maps yet
They are already on eircode website if you search the map.
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They are already on eircode website if you search the map.
I can't tell which block(s) this development actually is though - what's the Eircode?
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I can't tell which block(s) this development actually is though - what's the Eircode?

From 38 Marrsfield Ave (Apartment 1 is D13 RH7V) left as far as "The Collins Building"
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From 38 Marrsfield Ave (Apartment 1 is D13 RH7V) left as far as "The Collins Building"
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Has anyone applied and signed a lease? Curious to see if there's anything out of place on the leases.
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Has anyone applied and signed a lease? Curious to see if there's anything out of place on the leases.
Just signed a lease and due to move in April. Nothing seemed out of place at all, and the support team have been great so far, replying to emails and even available on WhatsApp. Looking forward to it! Took a drive by the other day and they look great from the outside.

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What’s the area like in terms of crime etc?
I've heard a few bad things. A lot of "safehouses" out there supposedly.




Prices seem too good to be true.....
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I've heard a few bad things. A lot of "safehouses" out there supposedly.




Prices seem too good to be true.....
Priced competitively as they are leasing all the apartments in each block themselves - probably allows a lower price point if it means renting everyone one of them.
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I've heard a few bad things. A lot of "safehouses" out there supposedly.




Prices seem too good to be true.....
What's a "Safehouse" ?
I live locally and have never heard of them.

It's a great area. Very quiet, near public transport, not far from the city centre. My commute takes under an hour door to door. I start work at 9am and work near Tara. I can get a train at 8:36 and still be in for near 9. Not many places can offer that.

The prices seem to reflect the market in the area. If I was in the market to rent a place, I would jump at the chance, rather than rent off some small time landlord who will be slow to fix any issues and could ask me to leave at any time.

These new build to rent places offer much great security never before seen in the Irish market. A good thing surely.
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I guess the main question is will they be ready in time, drove by the other night and looks like a lot still be done!
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