Three buildings that will house two retailers and a daycare center were approved by the Dublin City Council during their regular meeting Tuesday night.
The structures will occupy a 3.68-acre portion of Grafton Plaza on the southeast corner of Grafton Street and Dublin Boulevard, totalling about 31,900 square feet.
The project will build out the final phase of the Grafton Plaza master plan, joining the already completed 127-room Aloft Hotel and 115 townhomes currently under construction at the site, and includes 146 parking spaces. There are also plans to build food and drink establishments at the site. The Grafton Plaza plan calls for “a coordinated and integrated mixed-use development” with residential, commercial and retail uses, according to city documents.
The council also introduced an ordinance allowing daycare facilities as a permitted use in the zoning and approved a minor use permit for parking reductions in the center.