The city of Limerick is located on the River Shannon in the mid western region of Ireland within the province of Munster. As the third largest city in Ireland, the combined city and county population is estimated to be circa 192,000 with approximately 96,000 living within the city and suburbs. This historic city is divided from the northern suburbs & west of Ireland by the river Shannon with access across the river via 3 main bridges and the recently constructed Limerick Tunnel. Under the Limerick Twenty Thirty plan the city is undergoing re-development, the core objective of which is to invest in Limerick city and county through the assembly, master planning and development of sites, thereby directly impacting employment levels and improving the general socio-economic conditions of Limerick. The key aims of the plan include the creation of 5,000 jobs in Limerick city centre and to accelerate and scale economic investment.
Mount Kennett House is excellently located within Limericks city centre at the corner of Henry Street and Mount Kennett Place. Henry Street is considered one of Limerickâ€™s prime office districts running parallel with Oâ€™Connell Street and the Dock Road and is currently undergoing rapid transformation with a number of office and retail developments under construction including Gardens International office and Bishops Quay. The main national road network and Limerick tunnel linking the city with the M7 Limerick to Dublin motorway and the main Limerick to Shannon & Galway M9 motorway are all within close proximity to Mount Kennett House. Surrounding occupiers include The Department of Foreign Affairs, Holmes Oâ€™Malley Sexton Solicitors, Grant Thornton, Mazars, and Dunnes Stores.
Mount Kennett House comprises a four ...