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Beta Business Centre, Letterkenny (Proposed – to be constructed)

Type of Opportunity: 



Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

Type of facility:

43,000 sq.ft 8 storey modern multi-faceted enterprise space for established businesses.

Property Specifications:

This space will enable the offering of office accommodation to a number of key sectors including: (i) those businesses outside the county seeking to relocate, (ii) indigenous businesses who are seeking to scale and expand their operations and (iii) businesses who are seeking to harness the unique opportunities offered by access to both the UK and EU markets within one supportive region. In addition, this building will support a more flexible approach to the blend of remote working and office-based work.


The project reflects Donegal 2040/Donegal County Council’s emphasis on activating and animating economic activity as part of its wider functions, including the strategic positioning of this project to its regeneration objectives for Letterkenny as part of Project Ireland 2040. The new workspace facility will contribute to a modern multi-faceted Enterprise Quarter in the heart of Letterkenny, providing a much-needed boost for businesses, greater levels of economic activity and footfall in the town. This high specification building, adhering to the energy performance ratings required to meet Platinum LEED certification, will be situated on the former ESB site of 1.7 acres, which is located within the town centre, and is part of a larger enterprise zone, which is part of a larger 5-acre site that forms a critical component within the town’s overall development plan.

Estimated Completion Date: Q1 2026

To express your interest in this property: 

Contact Donegal 2040 on 074 91 72282 / 72293 or email

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