Office space development in Eastgate gets planning

Office space development in Eastgate gets planning

Further office development is to take place on the last remaining commercial site in Eastgate in Cork’s Little Island.

O’Flynn Group has successfully obtained planning permission for this development on the site, called Park Place.

The marketing of the scheme is due to commence shortly, confirmed Michelle O’Flynn, property/acquisitions director of O’Flynn Group.

The site’s location at the entrance to the park gives it a high-profile position at the gateway to the development and onto the N25 motorway and adjacent to the rail network.

“It provides the ideal opportunity for an occupier to take grade-A headquarter office space in an established suburban location,” added Ms O’Flynn.

Eastgate Retail and Business Park, which has 120 acres of commercial and retail accommodation, was developed by O’Flynn Group over the last 18 years.

The business park element has 84 acres and its occupier line-up includes Laya Healthcare, Lilly, DPS Engineering, and PFH, CIF, Clearstream, Gilead and Pepsi, in approximately 1,000,000sq ft of office accommodation which has been already developed.

The development benefits from excellent car parking and convenient links to both city centre, other suburban areas as well as easy access to the Airport, added Ms O’Flynn.

In addition the Cork/Midleton and Cobh commuter trains are located within minutes’ walk from the development.

Numerous bus routes serve both the city centre and surrounding suburbs.

This scheme has planning permission for 130,000sq ft of office space divided across three buildings which have the potential to link and create an overall campus.

Requirements from 10,000sq ft upwards accommodated.

“The scheme is the last segment of the very successful Eastgate development and will offer great opportunities for multi let space where companies can grow into larger spaces and become part of the very successful Eastgate Retail and Business Park.”

C&W and Lisney are marketing agents.

Information is available from Sean Healy or Siobhan Young of C&W and Margaret Kelleher or David McCarthy of Lisney.

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