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Keep up to date with the latest announcements by Limerick Twenty Thirty 

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Keep up to date with the latest announcements by Limerick Twenty Thirty 

Monday, 24 September 2018:  The CEO of Limerick Twenty Thirty, David Conway, has welcomed today’s announcement by Troy Studios that it is to extend its stage space by 100,000 sq. ft. as further validation as to Limerick and the wider region’s attractiveness for inward investment.......

New ‘living room’ for Limerick is centrepiece of development Limerick City and County Council has unveiled plans for the Opera Site development, promising that it will transform the social and economic profile of the city centre and stimulate growth that will benefit not just its......

Business Leaders from across Munster attended the ACCA Business Leaders’ Forum at the Savoy Hotel in Limerick to hear the most recent developments on ‘Limerick 2030’ which is set to see €500m invested in the regeneration of the City. CEO of Limerick 2030, David Conway was......

Limerick becoming more attractive for inward investment as capital rents rise   Limerick’s state-of-the-art new Gardens International office space development will be fully let in 2019, the company behind the project confidently predicted today.   Limerick Twenty Thirty, which is developing the site, hosted a......

‘Architecture is Story’ was the engaging strapline for Open House Limerick 2017 and a special chapter unfolded at our Gardens International Office for those who took time to explore the city’s many wonderfully designed buildings and monuments over this special weekend. With visitor numbers having......

Limerick Twenty Thirty is pleased to announce the appointment of city native David Conway as CEO of the Limerick City and County Council established special purpose vehicle charged with delivering the single largest programme of investment in real estate outside the capital. Mr Conway, the......

Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC, a company established by Limerick City and County Council, has recently been formed to implement the ambitious €500m investment plan to regenerate Limerick City centre & environs with particular focus on the development of a number of key designated sites. The......

There’s a buzz word abounding Limerick these days and it is ‘renaissance’. Eight years ago Limerick was at the eye of a perfect storm whipped up by global and local economic tornados. Today, it has not alone rode those out but dusted itself off and embarked......

Leading businessman Denis Brosnan to chair local authority created company which will redevelop over 1.4 million sq ft of investment infrastructure over five years Monday September 19 th, 2016: The biggest single Irish commercial property development programme undertaken outside the capital to be unveiled today......

Monday, 24 September 2018:  The CEO of Limerick Twenty Thirty, David Conway, has welcomed today’s announcement by Troy Studios that it is to extend its stage space by 100,000 sq. ft. as further validation as to Limerick and the wider region’s attractiveness for inward investment.......

New ‘living room’ for Limerick is centrepiece of development Limerick City and County Council has unveiled plans for the Opera Site development, promising that it will transform the social and economic profile of the city centre and stimulate growth that will benefit not just its......

Business Leaders from across Munster attended the ACCA Business Leaders’ Forum at the Savoy Hotel in Limerick to hear the most recent developments on ‘Limerick 2030’ which is set to see €500m invested in the regeneration of the City. CEO of Limerick 2030, David Conway was......

Limerick becoming more attractive for inward investment as capital rents rise   Limerick’s state-of-the-art new Gardens International office space development will be fully let in 2019, the company behind the project confidently predicted today.   Limerick Twenty Thirty, which is developing the site, hosted a......

‘Architecture is Story’ was the engaging strapline for Open House Limerick 2017 and a special chapter unfolded at our Gardens International Office for those who took time to explore the city’s many wonderfully designed buildings and monuments over this special weekend. With visitor numbers having......

Limerick Twenty Thirty is pleased to announce the appointment of city native David Conway as CEO of the Limerick City and County Council established special purpose vehicle charged with delivering the single largest programme of investment in real estate outside the capital. Mr Conway, the......

Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC, a company established by Limerick City and County Council, has recently been formed to implement the ambitious €500m investment plan to regenerate Limerick City centre & environs with particular focus on the development of a number of key designated sites. The......

There’s a buzz word abounding Limerick these days and it is ‘renaissance’. Eight years ago Limerick was at the eye of a perfect storm whipped up by global and local economic tornados. Today, it has not alone rode those out but dusted itself off and embarked......

Leading businessman Denis Brosnan to chair local authority created company which will redevelop over 1.4 million sq ft of investment infrastructure over five years Monday September 19 th, 2016: The biggest single Irish commercial property development programme undertaken outside the capital to be unveiled today......