- Georgian Neighbourhood Limerick
Innovating to transform urban living & working
Limerick’s Georgian Quarter- known as Newtown Pery - was built in the late 18th and early 19th century, to a grid plan of equal rectangular blocks and of a distinctive architectural unity which still defines the city centre to this day.
Why invest in Georgian Limerick?
The Georgian Neighbourhood is not just a place - it’s a new way of living. People are waking up to the value inherent in these buildings, both in terms of heritage, and in terms of the possibilities they hold for the future.
How can the Council help?
The Urban Innovation Department is an arm of Limerick City and County Council which is spearheading a number of innovative new projects within Limerick’s urban area. The Georgian Neighbourhood Limerick is the first such project...