Limerick is the third largest city in Ireland and the regional capital of the Mid-West of Ireland with a population of 160,000. Limerick City lies in a strategic position along the Mid-West corridor of Ireland bordered by County Tipperary to the east, County Cork to the south, County Kerry to the west and County Clare to the north. Limerick City is located approximately 100km north of Cork City (N20), 200km south west of Dublin (M7) and 100km south of Galway City (M18).

Limerick benefits from excellent connectivity with the M7 motorway providing easy access to Dublin (2 hours), the M18 motorway giving access to Galway (1 hour) and the N20 giving access to Cork City (90 mins). Frequent rail services provide connections from Limerick (Colbert Station) to Dublin (Heuston Station) with a journey time of 2 hours. The principal airport for the region is

Shannon International Airport which is located in Shannon 24km north of Limerick City. Limerick is connected to Shannon by high quality dual carriageway and is a 15 minute travel time by car from Limerick City. Shannon International Airport provides flights from the region to Irish Airports, Mainland Europe, the UK, and transatlantic services with passenger numbers of 1.75 million in 2017.


Limerick Occupiers

Limerick has witnessed a number of high profile companies both locate and expand operations within the Limerick Area in recent years including; Northern Trust, Cook Medical, Icon, Uber, Dell, Regeneron Virgin Media, Glass Lewis, Viagogo, General Motors and Nordic Aviation. Limerick is now a major hub in Ireland for Multi-national Companies in the Tech, Science and Financial Sectors. 

Limerick Universities

Limerick is home to three third level institutions The University of Limerick, Limerick Institute of Technology and Mary Immaculate College producing approximately 6,000 graduates annually. University of Limerick offers a range of programmes up to doctorate and post doctorate levels in the disciplines of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Education, Health Sciences, Science and Engineering.

The National Technology Park

The National Technology Park is home to some of Limerick’s largest companies including Edward Life Sciences, Northern Trust, Cook Medical, Three (National Call Centre), Vistakon (Johnson & Johnson) and Icon.

The National Technology Park is adjacent to UL and Troy Studios. The site has excellent accessibility with the M7 (Dublin/Limerick Motorway) being approximately 1.6km to the east of the property, The National Technology Park is well serviced by Public Bus Services with regular services from the City Centre to UL, and regional bus operators providing frequent services to and from Limerick via Plassey. Colbert Train Station is located at Limerick City Centre which is 5km west of Plassey which provides regular train services from Limerick City to Cork, Dublin, Waterford & Galway.

The National Technology Park in Limerick
The National Technology Park in Limerick

Location – Occupiers

Aerial image of Hawthorn House Limerick

Joint Agents

Cushman Waksfield

Power Property

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