Saturday July 4, 2020

Cork 2017: Build it and they’ll come

One Albert Quay and The Capitol are two of Cork’s property success stories and the interest in commercial space in the city is brisk , writes Chrissie Russell

18th June, 2017
Peter O’Flynn, director of Cushman and Wakefield Cork Picture: John Allen

More than 100,000 square metres of office space is planned for Cork, with construction expected to commence this year.

However, according to Peter O’Flynn, managing director of Cushman & Wakefield, Cork, the city still isn’t reaching its potential in providing commercial space because of an over-dependence on securing clients prior to development.

“There are plenty of city centre, suburban and business park sites with planning for offices but unless there is a...

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