Hollywoodrath benefits from a comprehensive road network, being a short drive (3 km) from both the M2 and the N3 motorways which in turn provide easy access to the M50 and all main arterial routes into and from the city. Dublin city centre itself is just 12 km from Hollywoodrath and the area is well serviced via Dublin Bus routes. The development is also very convenient to Dublin Airport, which is located 11 km to the east, approximately 15 minutes drive.
The area is also the location of choice for some of the world’s largest companies, IBM, PayPal, Ask.com and Bristol-Myers Squibb are situated in the Blanchardstown Corporate Park and Damastown Industrial Estate, less than a five minute drive from Hollywoodrath.
Local convenience shopping facilities are provided in the excellent Tyrrelstown Town Centre. Blanchardstown Town Centre is just 4 km to the south of Hollywoodrath offering one of Ireland’s largest shopping centres with over 180 shops, cafés and restaurants, the nine-screen Odeon Cinema, the renowned Draíocht Theatre and Arts Centre, Ireland’s largest public library and the four star Crowne Plaza Hotel and conference centre.
The premier venue for competitive swimming, diving and water polo in Ireland, the National Aquatic Centre and Sports Campus is in the vicinity of Hollywoodrath. It includes Aquazone - a leisure water park and ToneZone - a state of the art gym. The new GAA National Games Development Centre is also on the Sports Campus. It includes five playing pitches, a 3G pitch, a hurling wall and a pavilion.
For the golfing enthusiast, Hollywoodrath is located adjacent to Hollystown Golf Course, while there are no less than seven other golf courses within a 10 km radius, including Luttrellstown Castle, Elmgreen, Castleknock, Westmanstown, Silloge Park, Forrest Little and St. Margarets.
Extending to around 1,752 acres of open park and woodland. The Phoenix Park is within a short drive. As well as famous attractions such as Áras an Uachtaráin and Dublin Zoo, areas such as the Victorian People’s Flower Gardens and Ashtown Demesne provide acres of gardens, ornamental lakes, woodland walks, picnic spots and playgrounds. Upon completion Hollywoodrath will have over eleven acres of open parklands and a playground on site.
The Hollywoodrath area is well served with both primary and secondary schools with an Educate Together Primary School and Le Cheile Secondary School located at Tyrrelstown, St. Brigid’s National School in Kilbride, St. Paul’s National School once Ratoath College in Ratoath, Mount Sackville Girl’s School and Castleknock College within a short drive. The third level Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown is also in the vicinity.