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34 Eastlink, Ballysimon Road, Ballysimon, Limerick City - For Rent
Commercial (Industrial Units)
A Modern Mid-terraced purpose built warehouse/storage unit of approx. 240.90 m2 (2,592 sq.ft.) plus mezzanine floor storage deck with front and rear gated forklift access 104 m2 (1119 sq.ft), providing approx 344 m2 (3712 sq. ft) of area in total. Offices on the ground floor approx. 38.90 m2 (418 sq.ft.). Roller shutter door entrance to warehouse. 3-phase electricity installed. Pallet racking. Eaves height 8.5m.
- Beds: N/A
- Bathrooms: N/A
- 1. Offices situated on ground floor.
- 2. Roller shutter door entrance to warehouse.
- 3. 3-phase electricity installed.
- 4. Eave height 8.5m.
- 5. Rates for (2016) €1,921.00.
- 6. The Management Charge for 2016 is approximately €1,150.00.
Proceed out the main Tipperary / Ballysimon road passing straight through Childers Road roundabout. Turn left just after Dan O Connors Feed (former Toyota garage) as you enter Eastlink No. 34 is on your left hand side. GVM To Let sign thereon. In close proximity to N7 and Motorway and all feeder roads entering and exiting Limerick City. Ballysimon is well established from a commercial perspective and the locality benefits from an excellent range of amenities and road networks. The M7, M20 and N24 motorways are easily accessible and provide swift access to all Limerick regions and the rest of the country. Ballysimon and surrounding area is home to many high-profile occupiers including B&Q, Dell, Johnson & Johnson, BMW, Wurth, Vistakon, Analog Devices amongst many more. Office occupiers in the surrounding area include over 80 global multi nationals, Irish technology companies, R&D and support services with a focus on ICT, healthcare and E-learning organizations with 5,000 skilled employees. The University of Limerick is located in close proximity as is Plassey Technological Park. Dublin 205 km. Cork 95km. Galway 100km. Limerick Limerick is the capital of Ireland's Mid-West region with an urban and hinterland population of over 200,000 and is noted for its shopping, its dining and entertainment, its historical significance, as well as its contributions to the arts. The city has grown its sporting and cultural image in recent years and generally the local business activists are doing their utmost to promote the city as a thriving business hub. The urban population is estimated at 90,000.