O’Callaghan hopes to add to Cork city’s business core
The €90 million project comprises four separate buildings
Cork developer Owen O’Callaghan has got the green light from Cork City Council for the largest office development to be undertaken in the city’s business core.
The local authority awarded planning permission for the 28,800 square metre office complex scheme at Albert Quay in the heart of the city’s docklands.
Called Navigation Square, the €90 million project comprises four separate buildings, which will sit on a 2.25 acre site bounded...
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