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Where modern and historic meet

March 20th, 2018

With units A & B completed and ready to be let the focus has shifted to the large office space and common entrance situated in the mill building. A proposed design and layout for a modern workspace, featuring a mix of primary working, breakout, refuge and meeting areas.  The focal point of this area is … more

Pedestrians A Priority in Victorian Quarter

January 26th, 2018

Article taken from the Evening Echo: http://www.eveningecho.ie/corknews/City-Council-moving-ahead-with-plans-for-two-way-MacCurtain-Street-c35d98d9-d3c3-42c5-a2b2-2a4a74a6c561-ds   Work Beginning CITY planners will shortly begin work on reverting MacCurtain St to a two-way traffic system under long-term plans to improve traffic flow throughout Cork city. Officials at City Hall confirmed that the Victorian Quarter will be the focus of much of the next stage of … more

Five Of The Best – Local Cafés

August 30th, 2016

Here’s our quick round-up of a few of our favourite cafes, all within a coffee-bean’s throw of Thompson House. Harleys Café Located directly across from Thompson House, this coffee house serves one of the Corks best loved coffee roasters – Badger & Dodo. With a wide selection of ever changing pastries, breads and local produce … more

Five Of The Best – Restaurants

August 30th, 2016

Here’s a quick round up of five of the best lunchtime destinations alongside Thompson House. Son Of A Bun Located in the old Crowley’s Music Centre which was made famous by Rory Gallagher and his Fender Stratocaster is now the home for an institution of the meat variety! Offering creative twists on a classic meal … more