Could anyone tell me whether the 'Elysian' in Cork will fulfill any social and affordable requirements on site? Also, is there to be any office space in the development?
Here was the original nature of development notice:
c. 2000 sq.m. of office space.
"mixed use res. office & retail devt generally comprising of 6-8 storeys above street level apart from the landmark bldg in the sw corner of the site which is 17 storeys above street level excl. rooftop plant encl,feature spire & aviation light.553 carpark spaces provided mainly at basement & also at grd level within the bldg.Devt will be carried out at former An Post site 1.24ha/3.06acres.Retail floorspace will be provided in 5 separate units of 3.624m2total.Uâ€™s1,3&4-convenience retail/sandwich bars/restaurants assoc. with local need,U2â€“h/hold goods & U5-furniture &/or bulky consumer durables.7 office units total 1989m2.Assoc. facilities comprise a creche &a gym.217 res. apts will comprise 6x1bed,164x2bed,27x3bed.Security station, 2ESB substns, anc. services, stores&yard with assoc. landscaping, site works & services.Vehic. access for the devt will be via 2 new vehic. entr/exit pts onto Eglinton St apart from the service yard for del. vehicles which will be located on Albert St"