This property is specifically located north of the main Liffey Valley entrance road amongst a number of motor showrooms such as Toyota, Kia, Volkswagen, Opel and Nissan. It is bounded to the north directly by the N4, the south by a number of motor showrooms, the east by a vacant greenfield site and to the west by Toyota showroom.
The immediate area is home to a mix of commercial operators such as The Clayton Hotel, Volkswagen offices, Johnson & Johnson offices and Giraffe Childcare. The area has been recently subject to new retail development with Killeen Motors site being developed as the new Toyota showrooms and more recently a development of four drive-thru food facilities directly adjacent to the Volkswagen showroom.
Lots 1 & 2 could be interconnected. Lot 1 measures approximately 1.70 hectares (4.24 acres) and is regular in shape with relatively flat topography. It has approximately 155 m frontage to the secondary road between Toyota and Giraffe Childcare and also approximately 164 m frontage directly on to the N4 at its northern boundary.
This property was previously zoned for residential in the 2008 Local Area Plan. This has now been changed to ‘Major Retail Centre’ under the South Dublin County Council Development Plan
This property is specifically located on the secondary road to Giraffe Childcare and Johnson & Johnson office building. It has a good profile and can be seen from the main thoroughfare and roundabout.
Like Lot 1, it is in close proximity to a number of car showrooms as well as a mix of other commercial and food uses. This site is directly bounded to the north by the N4, the south by Volkswagens office building, the east by Johnson & Johnson office building and to the west by Giraffe Childcare and Lot 1 greenfield site.
Lots 1 & 2 could be interconnected. Lot 2 measures approximately 0.72 hectares (1.78 acres) and is irregular in shape wrapping around the Giraffe Childcare site and with a relatively flat topography. It has frontage of approximately 88m to the secondary road between Giraffe Childcare and Johnson & Johnson office building as well as frontage of approximately 92m directly to the N4 at it’s northern boundary. It is clearly visible from the main entrance roadway.
This property was previously zoned for office in the 2008 Local Area Plan. This has now been changed to ‘Major Retail Centre’ under the South Dublin County Council Development Plan2016-2022.
This property is specifically located directly on the main Liffey Valley entrance roadway immediately abutting one of the main roundabouts. It is within the section of the park that comprises most of the motor showrooms as well as a mix of other commercial uses such as office and hotel. It is bounded to the north by Johnson & Johnson office building and Lot 2 greenfield lands, to the south the main Liffey Valley entranceway and roundabout, the east by another of the main roundabouts and to the west by Volkswagen’s office building.
Lot 3 measures approximately 0.57 hectares (1.42 acres) and is an irregular shape with relatively flat topography. This property has an excellent profile to the main thoroughfare and frontage of approximately 117m to the roundabout, main road and also the secondary road to the rear where access is provided.
This property was previously zoned for office in the 2008 Local Area Plan. This has now been changed to ‘Major Retail Centre’ under the South Dublin County Council Development Plan 2016-
FeaturesThree superb commercial sites within the Liffey Valley retail hub ,Zoned Major Retail Centre,Various Lot sizes from approximately 0.57-1.70 hectares (1.42 - 4.24 acres),Excellent frontage to main Liffey Valley thoroughfares and the N4,Liffey Valley & environs undergoing significant expansion
DirectionsLiffey Valley, and the sites are located just off the junction of the M50 and N4, which is mid-way along the M50 at a convenient and busy area.
The location is approximately 12km west of Dublin City Centre between the well established suburbs of Lucan and Palmerstown. It is in close proximity to expansive residential suburbs such as Castleknock, Clondalkin and Leixlip and is therefore home to a wealth of associated amenities.
This location has become a significant retail destination in Dublin, easily accessed by car and by Dublin Bus whom operate 16 routes to and from the area.
The shopping centre is one of Dublin’s largest and has recently undergone a significant expansion with the addition of space to provide more retail stores, a large cinema and extra restaurant and café units.