Location

Cork Docklands

The Cube is situated on Monahan Road in Cork’s south docklands, approx. 1km east of Cork city centre. It is located between the city centre and the redeveloped Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The soon to be developed 22 hectare Marina Park is close by to the west and this will be the landmark central park and green space for Cork Docklands. The Cube is within easy walking distance of the city centre along a tree lined road.

The One Albert Quay and Navigation Square office developments are close to the western end of Monahan Road and Tellengana House where CITCO is the main tenant is located 200m to the east. There is easy access to the city centre and to the South Link Road which connects with the South Ring Road network and provides convenient access to Cork Airport, the city’s southern and western residential suburbs, and via the Jack Lynch Tunnel to the Waterford N25 and Dublin M8 roads.

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Cork Docklands

The Cube is located on Monahan road within the Cork Docklands on the south side of the river. It is located between the city centre and the newly redeveloped Pairc Ui Caoimh and soon to be developed Marina Park.

The building sits on a prominent site within easy walking distance of the city centre along a tree line road. large office developments such as Navigation Square and One Albert Quay are located on the western End of Monahan Road while Citco are located on the eastern side of the Cube.

The City Hall is 0.7 miles from the property. The property is serviced by major bus route and offers easy assess to both motorist and cyclists.

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Cork Docklands and in particular the south docks have been identified as the key redevelopment area to enable Cork reach its growth targets as set out by Government under the National Planning Framework. 

Current tenants within the Cube are Regus, Dassault Systems Limited and O’Shea Leader Engineers. 

The Docklands in the main consists of brown field sites historically used for Dockland uses. The location is identified as the key economic driver for the city and has been identified as an area capable of delivering over 7 million sq ft of mixed use development over a 20-30-year period.

Cork Docklands and in particular the south docks have been identified as the key redevelopment area to enable Cork reach its growth targets as set out by Government under the National Planning Framework. 

Current tenants within the Cube are Regus, Dassault Systems Limited and O’Shea Leader Engineers. 

The Docklands in the main consists of brown field sites historically used for Dockland uses. The location is identified as the key economic driver for the city and has been identified as an area capable of delivering over 7 million sq ft of mixed use development over a 20-30-year period.