EIB gives the green light for €85m Limerick investment

The bank will lend the money to Limerick City and County Council to transform the four-acre Opera site in the city centre into one of the country’s top urban commercial/office developments

19th November, 2017
CGI of the proposed Opera site in Limerick city centre

Limerick’s economic resurgence took a large step forward last week, as the European Investment Bank (EIB) confirmed a record commitment of €85 million for an urban Irish investment programme for the city.

EIB vice-president Andrew McDowell travelled to Limerick for the announcement, which will see the bank lend the monies to Limerick City and County Council to transform the four-acre Opera site in the city centre into one of the country’s top urban...

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