Limerick city site set for €160m revamp

The 3.7 acre ‘opera site’ located on Patrick Street will turn into a new 50,000 square metre employment campus

23rd April, 2017
Patrick Street in Limerick Pic: GoogleMaps

Some €160 million will be invested in transforming the largest vacant site in Limerick city centre into office and retail accommodation.

The 3.7 acre ‘opera site’ located on Patrick Street will turn into a new 50,000 square metre employment campus.

The project is being spearheaded by local authority-owned special purpose vehicle Limerick Twenty Thirty, which has been tasked with turning the city into one of the top European destinations in which to invest, work and...

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