Park Developments Group enters the Irish property market. We quickly built a reputation for innovative designs and premium properties.
Speculative building was a pioneering approach, which characterised our residential developments in the 1960s.
We made our first sale in South Park in 1963.
Our first commercial building brought stylish offices to the Irish market.
A time of new ideas when the homes we built reflected changing tastes. With over 3,000 homes built in the 1970s, Park Developments firmly establish themselves as a leading house-builder in Ireland.
We set a new standard with the launch of Woodlawn Park. Visitors to this address were charmed by the presence of a colour television for the first time ever in a show home.
Tymon Heights was the first development to include carpets in the sale.
Orwell in Templeogue delivered a large number of homes for families to set down roots and the development included Orwell Shopping Centre which is still operating today.
We were the first developers to offer kitchen appliances as part of the sales package in the 1970s.
Our name became synonymous with quality new builds as our projects grew. We recognised how important customer service was and brought selling agents on board to engage with prospective homebuyers.
In this landmark development, Park Developments created a new neighbourhood by building and selling houses for a decade in Cabinteely.
The 80 acre site for Cabinteely Park was given to the Parks Department as part of our development in 1988.
The Park is a fantastic amenity which serves the entire local area community and is next to a number of our developments.
Carpenterstown Park was the first of many of our developments in Castleknock. This development was our first where selling agents were engaged, delivering the best customer experience.
A Carpenterstown Park home was given away in collaboration with The Evening Herald live on the Late Late Show.
This Tudor style estate was a highly anticipated development that attracted queues of visitors to the launch of the show homes. Maybe not so surprising as these were the first homes in Ireland to come with conservatories and painted kitchens in a new home sale.
Diversification became our mantra in the 1990s. Forging ahead with commercial property gave us scope to bring fresh ideas to a new sector.
House building in The Gallops began in 1990 and continued for over a decade. The development now stands proudly with 682 homes in what has become one of South Dublin’s most popular residential areas serviced by the Green Luas Line.
Our industrial parks helped the speed of logistics.
91,500m² to date
Development in Northwest Logistics Park began in 1998 where 41,500m² of industrial units were constructed in Phase 1. Delivery of further units in this logistics park continues today.
Bramley Wood was one of many developments built in Dublin 15 throughout the 1990s where Park Developments delivered 800 homes in the neighbourhood.
The M50 Business Park saw us enter the Commercial property market. It today stands proud with 23,000m² of office and industrial space.
The turn of the century brought new innovations in design and build. Our award-winning developments created more communities for people to live and work.
Mount Saint Annes is without doubt one of Ireland’s most prestigious residential developments. It combined the construction of new apartments and houses with the careful restoration of a historic convent and school into luxury apartments, all set in four acres of landscaped open space.
32,000m² Retail Warehousing
The Park embodies modern urban planning, cutting edge architectural design with a high quality specification. It’s location in a densely populated and affluent catchment has attracted first-class retail tenants.
Our residential developments in the 2000s achieved multiple industry awards.
With this forward thinking retail park, we created a new home that would move the wholesale fashion business out of the city centre to the perimeter of Dublin on the M50. Fashion icon Rachel Hunter attended the official launch of this hugely successful development.
6,000m² Retail | 2,200m² Offices | 670m² Crèche
Leopardstown Shopping & Business Centre is conveniently located on the Ballyogan Road and is served by the Green Luas line and is minutes from the M50. With 6000m² of retail and 2,200m² office space, it has attracted quality tenants such as Dunnes Stores and the HSE.
The Greystones Harbour Project was a Public Private Partnership between Park Developments, Sisk and Wicklow County Council.
Diarmuid Gavin won a silver award for his garden at the Chelsea Flower Show which was transported back to Hanover Quay.
This award-winning development boasts 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses. Most apartments overlook the Liffey to the north and Grand Canal Dock to the south. Residents also have access to the courtyard garden which was designed by famous garden designer Diarmuid Gavin.
After weathering the economic storm, Park Developments continued to transform landscapes with sustainable property developments.
Hamilton Park is at the cutting edge of residential development, embracing the latest highly efficient building technologies. All of the houses in the development have an A BER Rating making them extremely energy efficient.
This beautifully landscaped modern cemetery park is a new concept in tune with modern times.
The Green Luas line was extended in 2010 which opened up a tram line for a number of the communities living and working in our developments.
Fernbank is a beautiful, development of luxury apartments set within landscaped gardens and courtyards in the sylvan suburbs of Dublin 14.
5,400m² Office Space
This five storey office block at The Park Carrickmines emulates high quality finishes. Meeting LEED Gold standards, this office block delivers excellent energy efficiency and an innovative design style.
11,250m² Office Space | 329m² Retail
A landmark office development prominently situated in Dublin 2. With impressive unobstructed water frontage spanning almost 75 metres on Hanover Quay, the integration of The Reflector with the existing dock-front buildings creates a dynamic relationship between old and new.
Our new buildings feature greener initiatives that minimise energy consumption.
Our impressive portfolio of residential and commercial developments continue to bring new landmarks to prime locations around Dublin.
Situated in the heart of South County Dublin in the thriving community of Leopardstown, this charming development of houses and apartments has the advantages of city living in a country setting.
Clay Farm’s green credentials extend beyond the front door to include 14 acres of eco-parkland within the community of Leopardstown.
Hanover Court is a collection of 40 elegant apartments in the fashionable district of Dublin 2. Located at The Reflector in Grand Canal Dock, this chic selection of 1, 2 and 3 bed residences gives you a rare opportunity to buy and live in a trendy city quarter.
Delivery continues in this premier logistic park with recent completion and letting of 4,650m² (50,000sqft) with further units under construction.