City Council revitalises city centre as heart of the unique region
Two sites have been earmarked for start-up hubs in a bid to attract more multinationals and indigenous businesses
Cork City Council has acquired two sites in Cork city centre for redevelopment as start-up hubs. The sites on Oliver Plunkett Street and Parnell Place will be used to house early stage ventures in an open-plan office environment.
“Both sites need a lot of work, so we will be going to the market for a partner to bring them to productive use,” said Ann Doherty, chief executive, Cork City Council.
“We have a...
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