my home logo

Home

IrelandCorkUnits C&D, Third Floor, City Quarter, Lapp's Quay, Cork, T12

POA

Units C&D, Third Floor, City Quarter, Lapp's Quay, Cork, T12

127.93m 2Office
Savills Commercial Cork
Savills Commercial Cork
Tel: 021 427 1371
PSRA Licence No. 002233
View Images (10)
MAP
COMMUTE TIMES
TRANSPORT
NEIGHBOURHOOD
SCHOOLS

Description

Unit C extends to 313.0 sq m (3,369 sq ft) with Unit D providing 127.9 sq m (1,377 sq ft) combined offering a total of 440.92 sq m (4,746 sq ft). The suites can be let individually or together to meet occupier requirements. Unit C comprises predominately open plan office space with a number of private offices, tea/ coffee station and comms rooms. Unit D includes a reception area, a number of meeting rooms with AV facilities, 1 private office, file storage and kitchenette. The offices enjoy extensive natural light and views over Cork City Centre provided by glass curtain wall elevational glazing. The suites are fitted to a very high standard and offer incoming tenants a turn key office solution on flexible terms. Full lease details are available on request.

Features

Two 3rd floor office suites.,Situated in the highly sought after City Quarter development.,Fully fitted third generation office accommodation.,Suites are available separately or as a single lot.,Flexible term commitment.,Available by way of assignment/ sublet.

BER Details

E1

Directions

City Quarter occupies a high-profile location on Lapps Quay, a high sought-after commercial location. The development enjoys river front views over the South channel of the River Lee and is situated directly opposite City Hall and One Albert Quay office building. Neighbouring occupiers of note include Johnson Controls, PWC, Ervia, Clearstream, Deloitte and the Port of Cork. Current occupiers in City Quarter include Glandore, EY, Goodbody Stockbrokers, Brookfield Renewable Energy and Blackbee Investments. The building is situated adjacent to the Clayton Hotel and the immediate area offers a wide array of restaurants and coffee shops for occupiers to enjoy. The central location ensures that a large selection of the restaurants, hotels, bars, and retail shops are all within a 5 minute walk. City Quarter is easily accessible with Cork Bus Station a 2 minute walk north west and Kent Train Station a 5 minute walk north east. Kent Train Station provides an hourly train link to Dublin and regular commuter trains to the satellite towns of Mallow, Midleton, Glounthaune, Little Island and Cobh. Cork International Airport is just a 10 minute drive south of the City Centre with daily flights to London, Amsterdam and Paris.

Negotiator

Emmet Finnegan