Unit 5, Polefield Business Park, Dock Road, Ballinacurra, Limerick City, V94 2W80€85,000 / year E2

Industrial Units 14150 ft² / 1314.58 m² To Let

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Description

For letting and available in March 2022
Prime industrial space currently in the course of extensive refurbishment extending to Circa 14,150 sq ft together with a hard standing yard and circulation area extending to Circa 13,724 sq.ft. Eaves height from 5.7m rising to 6.5m. Three roller shutter doors. Three phase power. Shared automated gate access off the Dock Road. When completed the unit will comprise of concrete floor with steel portal frame, block and new insulated industrial cladded walls, LED internal and bay lighting together with tarmac on the roadway. Portacabin toilet facilities will be provided.

Features

Located in very close proximity to the city centre.

Very high profile location, just a very short distance to the Motorway and a good national road infrastructure.

Unit will completed to a very good standard with great yard and circulation space.

Stand alone unit.

Three phase power.

Good eaves height.

Quasi retail location.

BER Details

BER: E2

Directions

Polefield Business Park is located on the northern side of the Dock Road (N69), approximately three kilometers south-west of the City Centre. The Dock Road is one of the main arterial routes from Limerick’s City Centre to the west and south-west of the country. The N69, provides access to the Limerick’s Ring Road. The area surrounding The Dock Road comprises mainly of industrial / light industrial, retail and retail warehouse businesses, with some provision of residential developments. There are several large retail / retail warehouse occupiers situated along The Dock Road, these include but are not limited to; McMahon Builder Providers, Topaz, James Barry Motors, Hassetts, Kelliher Electrical, Irish Wire Products, Limerick Self-Storage and Eastern Electrical.
Limerick is the capital of Ireland's Mid-West region with an urban and rural hinterland population of over 200,000 and is noted for its shopping, dining, entertainment, and its historical significance, as well as its contributions to the local economy. The immediate urban population is estimated at 80,000. Limerick is recognized as the main administrative capital of the mid-west region. Excellent transport links are available to Dublin, Cork, and Galway via the M7, M20 and M18, which service the city. Shannon Airport is located just 30 kilometers west of the city.

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Tom Crosse 087 2547717 or tomcrosse@gvm.ie