Thursday October 22, 2020

Planning granted for mixed-use tower at Port of Cork

The development will include a hotel, retail units and a maritime culture attraction

16th October, 2020
A computer-generated image of the Port of Cork site on Custom House Quay

Cork City Council has granted the Tower Holdings Group planning permission for the proposed mixed-use development at the old Port of Cork site on the Custom House Quay.

The scheme is set to become a city landmark and will include a hotel, a retail offering and a substantial maritime culture and heritage attraction.

The design was led by the London office of Gensler, the multi-award-winning global architectural practice and one of the world’s leading tall...

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