Thursday July 2, 2020

Kennedy Wilson buys funky, curvy Half Moon Street for €36.3m

The ten-year-old, mixed-use investment is located in the city centre and extends to some 11,148 square metres of space in a prime waterfront location, overlooking the River Lee

8th September, 2019
The Half Moon Street building on the corner of Half Moon Street and Lavitt’s Quay in the centre of Cork city

Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners have acquired Half Moon Street in Cork for €36.3 million. The ten-year-old, mixed-use investment is located in the city centre and extends to some 11,148 square metres of space in a prime waterfront location, overlooking the River Lee.

The funky, curved building, with a glass façade, sits on the corner of Half Moon Street and Lavitt’s Quay. It is within walking distance of Cork’s principal shopping streets, Opera Lane and...

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