Cork street regeneration to be boosted by mixed-use scheme

The proposed €25 million mixed-use scheme on North Main Street includes the planned restoration of Coleman’s Lane

7th June, 2020
Cork street regeneration to be boosted by mixed-use scheme
A mixed-use development is proposed for North Main Street in the historic heart of Cork city

Cork and London based property development company BMOR recently announced its intention to lodge plans for a mixed-use development, supporting the regeneration of Cork city’s most historic street.

The proposed €25 million mixed-use scheme on North Main Street comprises a 280-bed student accommodation facility and two new retail units boasting impressive amenities, including a gym, laundry facilities, a study, a library, communal working areas, and a landscaped external courtyard.

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