Carrying a similar-sounding name to a top address on the Monopoly board is Cork’s Aylesbury, which is not entirely coincidentally set next to Cork’s Shrewsbury. And, yes, this Aylesbury “with a ‘y’” too is high-end in terms of location, quality and ...pricing.
A Cork city retail investment up for sale on St Patrick’s Street is topped and tailed by two interesting features – it has a limestone drinking stone trough for dogs, done by renowned sculptor Seamus Murphy down at street or paw level, while overhead it now has planning secured for a three-bedroomed apartment, with River Lee and bridge views.
An international institutional investor and property developer with billions of euros in assets globally has acquired Cork city centre's Half Moon Street development, home to 700 Apple employees, for about 10% over its €34 million price guide.
Five Cork Airport Business Park office buildings, totalling 120,000 sq ft, including two let to Amazon, and which had been by a Norwegian billionaire for over €15 million five years ago, have been sold off-market to an Irish/UK joint venture for over €20m.
Cork City's curvaceous Half Moon Street development, anchored by Boots chemist at its lower level as its main flagship pharmacy in Cork, and occupied overhead by offices for Apple Europe, is for sale as an investment, with a guide price of €34 million.
With 700 names registered on the development's website, 40 sales already secured and prices edged up by €5,000 since January, it's a fair conclusion to expect huge viewing interest and volumes of visitors when Cork's Ballincollig development Heathfield finally unveils its first showhouse, and 27 units