Another notable victory for Cork city

Office and hotel development is gathering pace in Cork, as yields harden and occupancy rates rise

10th March, 2019
One and Two Penrose Dock: set to be completed by mid-2020

Development of offices and hotels is gathering momentum in Cork city centre, while its suburbs are seeing student accommodation, housing, offices and industrial projects underway. Reflecting the resurgence in the local economy, investors are increasingly willing to pay more for some Cork properties, as suggested by Cushman & Wakefield’s report which said that prime office yields hardened by 25 basis points (bps) in 2018 to 5.5 per cent.

An example of recent large deals include the...

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