Its visually striking glass-front showcases the printing machinery that produces Ireland’s leading news titles, including the Irish Independent, Herald and Sunday World.
The building is situated on 4.4 acres in the Citywest Business Campus, one of Ireland’s premier business parks. A 30-minute drive from Dublin Airport and city centre, the campus is also very well served by public transport. In addition to multiple frequent bus services, Dublin’s tram system – the Luas – serves two stops in the campus. From here, there is a direct link to the city centre and International Financial Services Centre.
The property is let to Independent Newspapers Ltd, a subsidiary of Independent News & Media.
The tenant’s commitment to the site is very obvious. Not only did they invest €50m investment in a state-of-the-art printing works but the building is housed in a superb example of contemporary architecture. The steel-framed structure features full-height glazing through which its giant printing presses are clearly visible to passing traffic.
Spacious loading yards enable efficient distribution of the printed materials and the site is also very well supplied with car parking spaces.
Independent Newspapers Ltd is one of many substantial companies on the Citywest Campus which is home to many world-respected tech and pharma companies.
Further enhancing the area’s credentials as a premier business location, the nearby Citywest Hotel is now Ireland’s largest hotel and also one of the country’s most popular conference centres.
For almost 20 years…an iconic landmark on the busy N7 which links the Ireland’s capital city with the rest of the country
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