Thompson House represents a truly unique opportunity for office, retail and leisure use. Located on McCurtain Street in what has recently been dubbed Cork City’s Victorian Quarter, the space was first developed in the 1880s for Thompson Bakers who supplied most of the loaves and cakes eaten in Cork City. Many of the original architectural features, including double height ceilings, exposed brick walls, steel pillars and the oven chimneys are in evidence.
A secondary, and larger, space was developed in the 1960s. The ‘Glass Curtain’ road frontage makes a bold statement while inside the space is well lit and has a modern industrial feel. Plans for an outside garden space are in progress.
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