All of the offices, co-working space and Landing Pad Space in the Red Church will be fitted out to the highest standard by Tess Stanford Interior Design.
Tess Stanford has an Interior Design practice based in Limerick, Clare and London specialising in branded environments, hospitality and high-end retail. The Tess Stanford Interior Design brand stands for the creation of captivating spaces, exquisite detailing and above all, consumer experience.
Gray Offices are delighted to continue its expansion by adding this historic property in Limerick City. The fantastic new addition will provide 84 workstations comprising a mix of Offices on the ground floor, Co-Working Desks on the mezzanine level and a Landing Pad Space on the basement level that comes with its own external entrance.
The property comes with access to great amenities including Bicycle Bays, Car Parking, Break-Out Spaces, Kitchens, Showers & an Outdoor Landscaped Seating Area. The Red Church facility has a recycling centre and has adopted on-site
The Red Church is located on Henry Street and Lower Mallow Street in Limerick’s Central Business District and is a moment’s walk to Limerick’s array of amenities that include numerous hotels, restaurants, cafés, office developments and
public spaces dotted along the city’s riverbank and commercial centre.
Private Office Spaces – Ground Floor
Co-Working Space – The Mezz
Landing Pad Space – The Basement
The Red Church History
The Red Church is strategically located at the junction of Henry Street / Lower Mallow Street and has a Ruabon brick and Portland stone finish. The building comprises a former church in the Early English Gothic Revival style. The church displays a wealth of stone carving and ornamentation designed by the architect George Coppinger Ashlin (1837-1921) who was in partnership with Thomas Coleman at this time. It is one of the only commissions that Ashlin and Coleman carried out in County Limerick.
In 1899, opinions were divided as to the effect of the Portland stone dressings against the red brick and it was built to seat 500 persons. The foundation stone was laid by the Moderator, the Rev. D.A. Taylor, M.A., in what we believe was October 1899. The Red Church was completed in October 1901 and the total cost to build it was £6,000. The contracting firm commissioned to build the church was Messrs. John Ryan & Sons of Limerick, well-renowned builders of
The Red Church was sensitively converted to office use in more recent years and is now surrounded by modern high-rise commercial and residential developments.