A 6 acre mixed use city centre development with new buildings designed by Wilson Architecture, Reddys Architecture and Urbanism and O' Mahony Pike Architects. The site's location between Kent train station and the central bus depot benefits from approx. 160 metres of southern aspect frontage onto the River Lee.
Provision has been provided for unprecedented amounts of public realm (in excess of 5,000 sq.m.). The southern plaza opens onto the River Lee facilitating pedestrian routes through the site to the new train station entrance and new steps to be provided up to the Lwr Glanmire rd.
This spectacular landmark site acts as a gateway to Cork City centre. With direct access to major transport routes, HQ Cork is in a prime position to explore the City’s many cultural attractions, restaurants, shopping streets and hubs of commercial activity.