No site selection has yet been made for the new €100m UCC Business School, with locations under consideration and actively being pitched to the university likely to range from being a pivotal docklands ‘catalyst’ to anchoring the proposed Science and Technology Park in Curraheen, as well as more central city sites like Trinity Quarter on South Terrace (see CGI, right).
Hot on the heels of the circa €4m investment sale of the former Pavilion retail unit on Cork city’s prime shopping thoroughfare, St Patrick’s Street, comes another section of the 1921-built ex-cinema.
Moves on motor dealer and car-related sites continue apace just west of Cork city’s Bishopstown.More
A Cork city suburban bar and off-licence, on a site of 0.3 of an acre, is up for sale in an evolving community, close to a new multi-million euro public library, a shopping centre with Super Valu, the progressive and highly-regarded Terence McSwiney Community College — and Apple’s European HQ, employing thousands.More
A high yielding investment property, let to a US company manufacturing precision products and services for the medical device and aerospace markets, is for sale in Midleton, East Cork, at a guide of €700,000.More
An existing, old style three-bed house in a prime position at The Lough, in Cork city, may pave the way for a niche development of new homes, apartments, or accommodation for traders-down/retirees.More
The sell-off of properties and investments built up over more than a decade by the Corbett family in Cork continues, with two investments with strong student accommodation elements guided at €23 million launched to the market this week.More
The nearby stadium will bring games, and free gigs, to a buyer of this spotless house, writes Tommy Barker.More
hings change ever so subtly, on every rising and falling tide, over the seasons, and the years. Push the span of years out further to decades and centuries, and the changes get even more marked.More
Look with your heart, but buy with your head firmly screwed in place, is the advice for newcomers to the property market, writes Kya deLongchamps.More
With family links to a Uruguayan artist, a rare property on the Irish ‘Riviera’ returns to market, says Tommy Barker.More
The spec is as good as the setting at this imposing, modern family home above Kinsale, says Tommy Barker.
This high-spec Killeens family home has a lot to offer below deck, writes Trish Dromey.
Try to find out the value of your conveyancing quote when buying a home says Karen Walsh.
The Paddocks are c.30 years old but with space and location on their side, they’re ageing gracefully, says Tommy Barker.More
Trish Dromey gets all cosy in a log cabin with Polish timbers and a multinational flavour and flair.
Tommy Barker visits a large property by the Sullane river with roots reaching back a century and more.More
There’s an important traffic pivot point just down the road from Rochestown Rise, and it pretty much puts the entire of Cork city’s network of access routes on the radar for its residents.More
Two, Ballincurrig Park four-bed semis came to market this April, but the first one to arrive is already gone ‘Sale Agreed’.More
You get a slice of Craig House, dating back to Georgian times, at Kinsale harbour’s Summercove: for €295,000 you can buy the lower tier of this terraced home, in very smart interior order, via agents Engel & Volkers, in a sought-after setting.More
The dozen or so apartments and townhouses at Lisin, on Strawberry hill next for Cork’s Old Gaol visitor attraction in Sunday’s Well are, a rguably, about the most high end niche residential developments in this sector.More
Estate agent Miah McGrath had up to 1,000 people cast a quick eye at this detached East Cork family home by Loughaderra Lake in the past week.More
Trish Dromey takes a look inside an end-of-terrace home oozing with victorian charm that is just a stone’s throw from the city centre.
A sit-down cafe and barista business – just one of two sit-down eateries within the main section of Cork’s acclaimed English Market is for sale, as a going concern.More
West Waterford’s famed Seanacaí pub dates to Famine times, 1845, and is now for sale, as a bar and restaurant property, along with 12 purpose-built holiday cottages which adjoin the site of a Famine memorial at Dungarvan’s Ballinalira, Pulla Cross.More
admires a reasonably-priced home in the scheme just across the Douglas River from Rochestown.More
Over its long, 220-years of built history, Cork’s Lotamore House has seen generations of families come and go.More
There’s a slight sense of déjà vu — or déjà viewed — when visiting Glanmire View, a period original with huge scope, long gardens, and a rear-access lofty coachhouse, on Cork’s uber-trendy Castle Road.More