• Ballymount is located on the south side of Dublin in the area of Dublin 12. To the east is the mostly residential area of Walkinstown, with Tallaght to the west and Greenhills to the south. Ballymount lies about 6 kilometres from Dublin city centre.

    • The area is home to one of Ireland's largest industrial zones, where some of our office space in Ballymount is located. There are many industrial parks and business parks in Ballymount, mainly along the Long Mile Road, including the popular Ballymount Industrial Estate. Many companies choose to locate themselves here because of the close proximity to the city centre and the competitive rental costs.

    • There are some well-known and influential companies in the area which make great use of this industrial zone, including DHL, Virgin Media Television, Johnson Brothers, Smurfit and Excel.

    • Ballymount is split in two by the M50 motorway, a huge transport artery for Dublin city and beyond. To the west of the divide is Kingswood, mainly a residential area, with most of the industrial land lying to the east of the divide.

    • There are good transport links from serviced offices in Ballymount to and from Dublin city centre and beyond. Ballymount has a number of Dublin bus routes taking commuters into the city centre. The area is also served by the Luas, a tram service, at the Red Cow stop on the Red Luas Line. From here you can access all of the city’s major train and bus stations, taking you all over the country. If you are travelling by car then you will have excellent access to Dublin Airport from Ballymount.

    • Desk prices in many offices to rent in Ballymount are much lower than in the city centre, where desk prices can range from anything from €300 to €900 or even more. Clients can also enjoy larger floor plans and access to ample free parking, depending on the office. When compared to the city, it is hard to resist.

    • Did you know that Ballymount was not always the area’s name? It used to be called Bellamount, meaning beautiful mount. It was named so for the Bronze Age mound, which was a grave site.

    • Nearby towns such as Walkinstown, Crumlin or Drimnagh are excellent locations for workers and residents alike to enjoy some shopping, to eat out or visit bars and pubs. However, with Dublin city centre so close by, there is a wealth of choice for anyone in the area. 

    • If you are looking for a lunchtime bite, we recommend Bushes Home Bakery, The Crooked Glen and Lisle Three in Crumlin, or travelling a bit farther afield to Eleanora's Bar & Lounge or Ocean Garden in Drimnagh. For a quick coffee somewhere more local, we suggest Josh’s Place Cafe & Bistro in Ballymount.

    • For some after-work entertainment, your best bet is to head into the city centre, although there are great pubs in the locale such as The Kingswood Lodge and the Cherrytree Pub. If you hop on the Luas, it will bring you right into the city centre, where you can visit any of the fantastic pubs in the city, although our favourites will always be Grogans or Hogans for an after-work drink with friends.

    • While there are not many hotels in the area, the primary exception being the Red Cow Moran Hotel, the proximity of Dublin city centre still leaves you with an abundance of accommodation options. If you wanted to head away from the city centre, you could try Maldron Hotel Newlands Cross or Abberley Court Hotel.

    • If you are looking to entertain a client visiting your office space in Ballymount, we suggest visiting the famous Kilmainham Gaol and Drimnagh Castle or going a little farther and dropping into the Guinness Storehouse, always a lot of fun!

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