Dublin/East - Dublin - Grange Castle Business Park

Owned and developed by South Dublin County Council, Grange Castle Business Park has become a location of choice for world class facilities such as Pfizer, Takeda, Microsoft, Aryzta, Google, Interxion and Grifols. Grange Castle Business Park is connected to the resources your business will need in every sense.

Dublin Airport and Port are 30 minutes from Grange Castle whilst there are seven Third Level Institutes within a similar radius. Grange Castle is connected to the national road network by its proximity to various arterial routes; within 6km of the M50 (Dublin orbital route), 3km of the M7 (South and South West) and 6km of the M4 (West and North West). Moreover, there are regular public transport options by rail, bus, and cycle-ways adjacent to the Park and onsite. There are adjacent public transport options by Rail, Bus and Cycle way.


Reliability and Security is important to the success of Grange Castle Business Park. The Park’s owner, South Dublin County Council, as Development and Planning Authority for the County of South Dublin has a proven 20 year record in the planning, development and management of the Park. South Dublin County Council has forged strong relationships with key agencies including utilities and IDA Ireland.

Grange Castle Facilities Management Ltd manages the Park with responsibility for landscaping, 24 hour manned security, CCTV and a full time Park coordinator.

Additional information and site details are available at www.grangecastle.ie or through IDA Ireland Property Sales & Marketing Department at 090 64 71500

Size: 200 hectare
Type: Business & Technology Park
Address: Grange Castle
South Dublin

Contact us

Contact IDA Ireland

You'll find us responsive to your needs, proactive, professional and willing to go the extra mile.

Contact IDA Ireland

International Offices

We have 28 Offices worldwide helping support companies expand their operations in Ireland.

Find your nearest office

Cookie Notification

We use necessary cookies to run our website. We also use cookies for analytical and advertising purposes. More information on what cookies we use can be found here. To consent to the use of ALL cookies click “I Accept”. You may visit Cookies Preference to manage which cookies we may use.

Go to Privacy Centre