Canny investors heading to the south-west for bargain office space

Limerick and Cork are seeing an increased demand for office space as businesses look beyond the capital

30th September, 2018
A view of the Penrose Dock Development from the Port of Cork area

The two Munster rivals of Cork and Limerick have seen the pace of new office developments gather momentum in the last nine months as they bid to attract office employers seeking cheaper rents than Dublin.

In Cork, more than 33,000 square metres of offices are being built, more than 18,300 square metres of which have already got occupier commitments. Office space covering a further 176,800 square metres has been granted planning permission, according to research...

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