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
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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