Wednesday November 25, 2020

First-rate modern offices are a major feature of Limerick plan

Will the Limerick rejuvenation plans work? Donal Buckley casts his eye over the commercial property aspects of the project

25th September, 2016
A new company has been launched to deliver 500 milli0n plus in inward investment in Limerick

Plans for a €500 million redevelopment of four sites in Limerick city which would provide 1.4 million square feet of prime real estate seem a bold move, at a time when as much as 769,000 square feet of office space is vacant in the city and suburbs.

Nevertheless, if the move pays off, it will attract up to 5,000 jobs and give a significant boost to the regeneration of the city.

The main thrust of office development will...

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