A Little About Us

Cherrywood represents a fresh new way of thinking. We start with you and your needs as a family or business – then we build a community that will help you thrive.

With 150 acres of new public parkland featuring 3,000 mature trees, as well as tennis courts, running tracks and playing fields, Cherrywood has all the things that make life fuller and living together richer.

You will find us nestled at the foot of South Dublin’s rolling mountains, and just above Dublin Bay. Come see us and you will discover a flourishing environment that is literally a breath of fresh air.




A picturesque location in South Dublin with expansive outdoor space and unparalleled amenities conveniently connected to Dublin City and within 15 minutes to the sea and mountains. Discover more about living in Cherrywood below.



From the start, we have felt a responsibility to the future and a drive to do things better. Our aim is to establish a place with a sense of well-being and so Cherrywood is future-proofed in every sense, and that goes right down to our green credentials. Learn more about Cherrywood Town Centre’s sustainability initiatives below.

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Parks and Community


With 3 new public parks, 6 new schools, landscaped biodiversity and much more Cherrywood offers a wealth of amenities to discover. Visit our Parks and Community page to find out more.



Located at the heart of the largest urban development in Ireland, Cherrywood is a retail destination, but not as you know it. Cherrywood has been developed with the customer of the future in mind, from design to dining and first-class amenities. Explore more retail opportunities below.

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Travelling to Cherrywood


Cherrywood offers the very best of South Dublin. Situated at the foot of the Dublin mountains and just minutes from the sea, it’s the heartland of active living and just moments away from the bustle of city life.

By Car: The M50 road network is only two minutes away, offering great flexibility, when traveling north or south. The nearby N11 facilitates easy access to the South East.

By Luas: The Cherrywood Luas station serves local business parks like Sandyford, Leopardstown and Carrickmines. You can also hop on a tram and arrive at St. Stephen’s Green in just 35 minutes.

By Bus: Dublin Bus routes 7, 84, 84a, 84x and 145 serve the area and additional bus services to Cherrywood will be facilitated as the area grows.