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Cork Business And Technology Park, Model Farm Road, Cork, T12

2730.96m 2Office
Savills Commercial Cork
Savills Commercial Cork
Tel: 021 427 1371
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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The building comprises a two storey office block (c.10,000 s ft) to the front with single storey production / lab space to the rear extending to c.19,000 sq ft. The single storey area to the rear has an internal eaves height of approximately 4.85m giving excellent scope to use this space for a variety of different uses. The subject property can be re-configured internally to meet an incoming tenants own requirements. The office space located to the front which is arranged over two floors provides a combination of private offices, meeting rooms and open plan office space.


Detached office / production facility. ,Office space extends to approximately 10,000 sq ft.,Production/ lab space extends to c.19,000 sq ft.,Approximately 85 car spaces on site.,Sought after commercial location.,High profile neighbouring occupiers.

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Cork Business And Technology Park is situated on the Model Farm Road, to the west of Cork City Centre. The business park is home to a number of high profile occupiers including Apple, Boston Scientific, Trend Micro, Alcon, Accenture and the HSE. The Model Farm road is a popular residential and commercial area and is close to other well-known suburbs including Wilton and Bishopstown. Cork Institute of Technology, Cork University Hospital and Wilton Shopping Centre are all located within 5 minutes drive of the subject property. The property is accessible via the R608 (Model Farm Road) which links to the N22 both to the east at Dennehy’s Cross and to the West at Ballincollig. The N22 joins onto the N40 South Ring Road at both J1 and J3. The N40 provides access to all major Cork suburbs to the south of Cork City and links to the M8 Cork Dublin Motorway and the N25 Rosslare Euro Route via the Jack Lynch tunnel/ Dunkettle Interchange.


Emmet Finnegan