Galway’s industrial investment market sees strong demand
The city has an enviable reputation as a hub for medical manufacturing and engineering, but more opportunities need to be created for the industrial rental investment sector to expand
Galway has a high reliance on public sector employment and, despite being a small city, it is also home to some of the world’s leading technology companies including SAP Solutions and Hewlett-Packard.
The city’s industrial property sector is constantly evolving. The requirements for proximity to infrastructure and the urban centre have evolved, generally as a result of the sprawling growth into suburban locations, but also as a result of the varying type of...
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