Strong uptick in activity for Cork’s property market
With big developments being green-lit and significant deals coming to fruition, things are looking bright
The hospitality and industrial sectors are attracting greatest attention in Cork’s property market. Earlier this month, it was revealed that the Kajani family, who own upmarket boutique hotels in London and also developed the Holiday Inn Express on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, had bought a site on Cork’s north quays.
That was just weeks after Cork City Council gave Tower Holdings the green light for Ireland’s tallest building,...
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