When the Elysian in Cork was completed in September 2008, the mixed-use building with a 17-storey tower became the tallest building in the country. Its completion date was ill-timed, however, coinciding with an official announcement that the country was in recession with little demand for apartment purchases or commercial lets.
Fast forward to 2019, and the Elysian, while surpassed as Ireland’s tallest building, is thriving. Fully let and serviced by bustling retail businesses in the heart...
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