Lee Point student accommodation on South Main Street Brewery Quarter in Cork city

This afternoon.

Eoin English, of The Irish Examiner, reports:

“Residents of Cork’s newest private student accommodation will pay rents of around €1,000 a month.

“Strong interest has been reported in the 420-bed Lee Point complex, which has been developed on the former Beamish and Crawford brewery site on South Main Street, and which opens for viewings this weekend.”

Beamish and Crawford site student accommodation to cost €1k a month (Eoin English, The Irish Examiner)

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15 thoughts on “How Much?

  1. Dr.Fart

    jesus christ, why does every new building in the country look like half-bottomed 90s throwbacks? all those hotels that went up in dublin look like this, its like there’s one guy making em all. awful looking

  2. wearnicehats

    A friend of mine’s son started at Edinburgh University last term, He pays about £275 per week which is about €1275 per month.

  3. GiggidyGoo

    €420,000 income per month?. 8 months of the year with students is €3,360,000 income. Sounds ripoff

      1. Cian

        “Apartments will be booked, managed and maintained by an operator offering an inclusive fee covering accommodation, broadband, tv, insurance, utility bills, maintenance and weekly cleaning and waste management.”

        You get quite a lot in with the rent.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          From the Examiner article.
          “A spokesman for the management company, Uninest, which opened its first student apartment complex in Cork last year — Amnis House on the Western Road — said there has been a strong interest in the newt development so far.”

          “Newt” development.?

  4. 01101101 01100011

    Quarter

    so there must be another 3 of them somewhere in Cork, if so where and what are they??

    who invents this nonsense? Councillors?

    1. wearnicehats

      There are 6 I think. A City Quarter is an area of a town where a particular group of people live or work or where a particular activity happens. Nothing to do with “4”

  5. Truth in the News

    When housing and accommodation has been turned into a speculators and
    venture capitalists paradise its time to introduce controls, and if it could done
    to control agrarian landlords in 1881, it surely can done again to deal with the
    2020 urban version:

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