DescriptionThe subject comprises of a second floor office unit which is approximately 112 sq.m (1,205 sq.ft) in size and situated in Dunboyne Business Park, Co. Meath. The unit is located within a three storey office block which is set in a fully landscaped attractive courtyard with good car parking facilities. The office block is of concrete block construction rendered externally in a combination of smooth plaster and brick. The unit incorporates concrete floors, plastered and painted walls and double glazed windows set out in an open plan format. Additional office fit-out can be carried out at the occupier's request, and this will be at an extra cost.
Features1 km south of the M3, 0.5 km from the Pace Interchange Rail Link and 4 km west of the M50 / M3 junction.
Fully Landscaped environment and excellent car parking.
Excellent office space approx. 112 sq.m (1,205 sq.ft) in size
LocationDunboyne Business Park is an office and industrial development on the outskirts of Dunboyne Town. It is situated on the western side of the R157, approximately 0.5km north of Dunboyne Town Centre and approximately 1km south of the N3 national primary route from Dublin to Navan. Dunboyne is approximately 18km northwest of Dublin City centre and is an important strategic location within 4km of the M50 Dublin ring road which provides access to all the main national primary routes leading to the North and South of the country.
The M3 Parkway is a Park and Ride railway station adjacent to Dunboyne Business Park and the M3 Motorway (Pace Interchange Junction 5) and is approximately 3km travelling by car from the subject property. Pharmaceutical company Shire have recently acquired a new €371 million biologics manufacturing facility on a 120 acre site at Piercetown, Co Meath. The Dublin-headquartered company also announced plans to create 400 jobs over the next four years as part of the investment that was announced in early 2016. Facebook invested approximately €200 million in a new facility at Clonee, the company first broke ground on the development in April 2016.