COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

A good time to buy on Cork's historic South Mall, says agent purchaser

An estate agency firm established 10 years ago has bought an historic, South Mall building in the heart of Cork’s Central Business District for its own office use, and as a part-investment on its upper floors.

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Whale-tail sculpture makes mark in Clonakilty

The iconic copper whale-tail sculpture at the Waterfront development in Clonakilty, West Cork, is to be drafted in as the logo for a new distillery and major town-centre investment.

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Reports show recovery in residential property and investment markets

Recovery in both the residential property and investment markets is validated with two recent reports. The IPD/SCSI analysis shows Irish returns continuing to set international headlines, with investor activity moving to provincial Irish cities, with a strong rebound in Cork City’s retail performance in particular noted.

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Residential development perfectly poised between gourmet capital Kinsale and Cork

A part-completed residential development between Cork Airport and Business Park and Kinsale, in Riverstick village with nine townhouses and one apartment is being offered for receiver Ken Fennell of Deloitte, at €650,000.

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Development land market steams ahead as almost €350m worth of transactions made

According to the most recent DTZ Sherry FitzGerald development land report, figures for the opening six months of 2016 show strong gains when compared to the same period in 2015.

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Acquired brain injury clinic Headway will take over former AIB branch in Limerick

Headway, the Acquired Brain Injury charity, has purchased the former AIB Bank branch at 9/11 William Street in Limerick, which AIB shut in 2013.

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Horgan's Quay site to play key role in Cork city growth

CIÉ’s Horgan’s Quay site looks poised to play a key role in Cork city centre’s next stage of growth, to accommodate a development with an end value of several hundred million euros and spanning offices, apartments for the rental market, and an hotel and other services.

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Former Gorgeous salon for sale on George’s Quay in Cork

Described as a commercial development opportunity on a modest scale is the proposed sale of No 23 George’s Quay, in Cork city centre.

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Cork city residential investment opportunity with 24 houses

A residential investment currently earning €378,000 a year in rent, from 24 modern housing units, is up for sale, less than a kilometre from Cork city centre.

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The late Joe Carey, RIP

The death has occurred of one of Cork City’s longest-practicing property professionals, developer, estate agent and keen historian associated with the ArCH Project with UCC’s History department, Joe Carey.

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