Commercial Hub

Fronting onto Union Quay, Trinity Quarter is situated in a superb and accessible location within Cork's central business district. A symbol of renewal, motion and life, the River Lee - Cork's main waterway - calmly meanders towards Trinity Quarter before changing its direction and continuing its journey to the sea.

Trinity Quarter provides its occupants, not only with panoramic views of the River Lee, but is also a window in to the city's pulsating life. With key historic and geographical connections to the area, the name Trinity Quarter captures the essence of what this major development will mean to Cork: Creation of a brand new commercial district in the city centre and compelling landmark that will embed itself in the heart of the city and its people.

A vibrant and youthful city, Cork is the commercial capital of the south of Ireland. The city has a track record for attracting international investment with over 137 overseas companies currently operating in the area employing over 22,500 people. Cork has consistently attracted many of the world’s largest companies to locate within the region and is now home to global market leaders in pharmaceuticals, healthcare, ICT, biotechnology, professional services and international financial services.

The cluster of major multicultural companies who benefit from Cork’s strategic and established commercial hub, ensures Trinity Quarter is in good company:


Apple (European HQ)

Amazon

Pfizer

GlaxoSmithKline

Eli Lilly

Johnson & Johnson

Intel

DELL

EMC

VMWare

VCE

IBM

Tyco

CITCO

Boston Scientific

Solar Winds

Pepsi

Trend Micro

With an international reputation as a creative, innovative and vibrant city region, Cork continues to go from strength to strength, consistently capturing the interest and attention of those seeking to be part of a place that is firmly focused on not only maintaining its standing as a great place to do business but also on one that seeks out synergies and is ready to lead and innovate.

World Class Technology

  • Cork is home to a cluster of knowledge based industries and technology companies including Apple, EMC, VMWare, McAfee and Boston Scientific
  • Cork Internet Exchange (CIX) is set to become a global IP switching centre with fibre connectivity routing high speed internet traffic to and from the USA, UK, Europe and Asia
  • Cork has grown to become an important intersection of some of the most significant data connectivity through this global connectivity network
  • Cork is fast becoming Ireland's internet hub

Cork’s world-class knowledge pool

  • Over 30,000 third-level students studying within the city
  • Two established third-level institutions - Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and University College Cork (UCC)
  • World-class research facilities such as Tyndall National Institute - one of Europe’s leading research centres in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) research and development and the largest facility of its type in Ireland
  • Growing number of further-education centres - Cork College of Commerce, Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa and St John’s Central College
  • Well-connected and cultural with strong educational roots