Hi-Bay Logistics warehouse available to rent in Ballymount

By Brendan Grehan

A HI-BAY Logistics space in Ballymount is available to rent from Savills.

The property is located on the southern side of Ballymount Avenue and backs on to the northern side of the Greenhills Road close to its junction with Ballymount Avenue.

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The available space is 4,499 sq m (48,427 sq ft) plus 1,343 sq m (14,461 sq ft) of mezzanine space.

The warehouse is a metal frame construction with an insulated metal deck roof incorporating translucent panels.


There is a clear internal height of approximately nine  metres. There are 10 docks and one ground-level, roller-shutter door.

The warehouse has sealed concrete floors, gas- and oil-fired warm-air blowers and high-bay sodium lighting.

The offices in the property are a mixture of open plan and partitioned workspaces.

 They have suspended ceilings with recessed fluorescent strip lighting and are complemented by a mixture of painted and plastered concrete block walls.

There are carpeted/lino-covered floors with perimeter trunking and wall-mounted sockets. The property also includes a reception, canteen and a recreational area.

The property is within 2.5 km of J9 (Naas Road) on the M50 and within just 1 km of J10 (Ballymount) on the M50. Both junctions provide rapid motorway access to Dublin Airport, the Dublin Port Tunnel and all of the main arterial routes leading to and from Dublin.

It is located in the heart of Dublin’s prime industrial hub and has extensive frontage of 300m onto Ballymount Avenue and extensive frontage onto Greenhills Road.

Neighbouring occupiers include TV3, Fashion City, Honda Distributors and U Store It amongst others.

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