A new private bus service approved by the National Transport Authority (NTA) is set to get underway in Cork at the end of next month and will connect the northside of the city at Apple Computers with Kent Station and the commercial and industrial hubs in Little Island.
CONSTRUCTION work will roll from one block to another at Cork city’s largest ever office scheme, Navigation Square, over the next three years, pledged developer Brian O’Callaghan this week.
To the charge that Harper’s Island in Cork Harbour, with its three points of contact to the ‘mainland’, is not an island, the rebuttal affirming its island status: The area is defined by its natural history and not its current structures, writes.
THE quiet market sale of a €30m-plus residential development, totalling 165 apartments in Cork’s Ballincollig, is likely to see a continuation of overseas buyers and funds now looking for multi-family investments of scale, outside of the Dublin market.
They christened a bridge after Christy and bored a tunnel in the name of Jack, so surely it’s time to re-name the Inniscarra Dam in honour of the local legend, the most decorated player in GAA history?
THERE has been considerable focus recently on the volume of new office stock coming on stream in Dublin, both in terms of the number of schemes under construction and the volume of stock that could potentially be delivered if all schemes in the planning process materialise.
The location of two, 19th century stone warehouse buildings (plus an investment property currently let out as an adult shop,) on a central 0.42 of a Cork city centre acre put up for imaginative redevelopment is what underpins an asking price close to €2m, for the property and site’s owners and vendors, Cork City Council.