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

26th June, 2016
Ann Doherty, chief executive, Cork City CouncilClare Keogh

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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