Monday November 30, 2020

Good value and new builds bring in the businesses

Tipped to be Ireland’s fastest growing city over the next 20 years, key investors are fuelling the boom in Cork’office infrastructure projects, writes Quinton O’Reilly

17th June, 2018
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A computer-generated image of the Trinity Quarter office development at Copley Street and South Terrace

While the downturn put a halt on the number of premises built and developed, that seems to be a distant memory with many new projects and developments under way.

The last two to three years has seen a number of high-profile construction projects, many in the city centre or docklands. In total, €425 million has been invested in city office infrastructure, coinciding with increased commercial activity.

The Cork skyline will be dotted with cranes as...

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