It'll be the largest built by Dublin City Council since the economic crash.
The estate in Ballyfermot will be on the site of an old complex of bedsits that was demolished ten years ago to make room for new senior citizen homes.
However, that project was shelved back in 2009 when the recession hit and the land has been left vacant ever since.
Now, eight years later, Dublin City Council have secured just over €20 million in funding to build 61 homes there. They'll cater for both senior citizens and general applicants on the council's housing waiting list.
When completed, Cornamona Court in Ballyfermot will contain 16 two-bed houses, 12 three-bed duplexes for families, as well as 29 one-bed and four two-bed apartments for senior citizens.