Cork: Space in the city still an issue

Unfinished developments built during the boom are now in demand, writes Graham Clifford.

29th June, 2014
From left: Denis O'Donoghue, Niall Guerin, Catherine McAuliffe and Leigh Hegarty, all of Savills Cork. Picture: Provision

‘We’re seeing the odd crane on the horizon now, which puts a smile on our face” said an associate from Cork property agency Savills, as she assessed the confidence that, she maintained, was gradually returning to both the commercial and residential markets on Leeside.

With multinationals based in and around the city expanding, and new indigenous firms seeking premises, the problem now is making sure the supply of commercial and industrial...

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