Swords Road lands primed for enterprise seeking €3.5m

Zoned 5.13 acre site is 1km from Dublin Airport and short distance from M1 and M50

There is a bus stop  approximately 50m from the property and this provides a regular bus service to Dublin city centre and its surrounding suburbs

There is a bus stop approximately 50m from the property and this provides a regular bus service to Dublin city centre and its surrounding suburbs

 

Agent Lisney is guiding a price of €3.5 million for a high-profile parcel of prime industrial/enterprise land next to Dublin Airport.

Located on the Swords Road in Santry, the subject site extends to 2.08 hectares (5.13 acres) and is zoned GE (general employment) under the Fingal Development Plan 2017-2023. This allows for a range of uses including enterprise centre, high technology manufacturing , warehousing and logistics.

The lands are situated 1km south of Dublin Airport, 8km north of Dublin city centre and 5.5km south of Swords main street. The M50/M1 interchange is a short distance to the southeast of the property. Access to the M1 is 2.5km north while access to the the M50 is 3.5km to the south.

The immediate area is home to a number of well-established and successful industrial and office parks including Collinstown Business Park, Airways Industrial Estate and Woodford Business Park. There is a Dublin Bus stop approximately 50m away and this provides a regular bus service to Dublin city centre and its surrounding suburbs.

The selling agents say they expect the lands to be of interest to developers, investors and occupiers looking for a strategically-positioned parcel of zoned general employment land, within close proximity to the M50, M1 and Dublin Airport.

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