Capacity: 10 acre site,
Jobs: Up to 4,000
Project Value: €300 Million
The iconic 10 acre former Cleeves factory site is located on the northern bank of the River Shannon but will very much be part of the emerging city centre. The site is divided into two sections which straddle both sides of the North Circular Road/O’Callaghan Strand. It has been in industrial use since the mid-nineteenth century and retains to this day its chimney structure that dominates the Limerick city skyline on this side of River Shannon as well as some of its original and historic stone buildings.
The majority of the site is zoned City Centre Area in the current Limerick City Development Plan and is suited to a mix of uses including; residential, office, educational, visitor attraction and public realm.
The key objectives for the project are: