BoI’s Cork city southern base on market guiding at €13.5 million

No 32 South Mall, in Cork city centre, has been Bank of Ireland’s southern base since the 1970s; the five-storey building was fully modernised in 2008

7th November, 2021
BoI’s Cork city southern base on market guiding at €13.5 million

Bank of Ireland’s Munster headquarters at 32 South Mall in Cork city centre has been brought to the market by joint selling agents Colliers and Cohalan Downing guiding €13.5 million.

No 32 has been the bank’s southern base since the 1970s and is one of two Bank of Ireland branches remaining in the city centre, the second branch located nearby at 70 Patrick’s Street.

Situated in the heart of Cork’s Central Business...

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