What you need to know
- Apple is expanding into new offices in Cork.
- New photos reveal the inside of Horgan's Quay, which will hold 400 new staff.
- They include breathtaking views of the city's rail yard and docks.
New images of Apple's Horgan's Quay offices in Cork reveal the amazing views that staff can expect to enjoy when they move into the premises.
Apple is set to take over three floors of one of the Horgan's Quay office buildings as the world's largest tech company is expanding into Cork city and bringing 400 new staff to the site.
CorkBeo took a first look at the space that the tech giant will soon begin fitting out on Cork's quays as staff return to the office, and the panoramic view from the top floor is insane.
Images reveal an amazing interior, as well as views of both the docks and the local rail yard.
As we reported back in March, Apple has signed a deal to take over space at the No.1 building in Horgan's Quay, worth 32 euros per square foot and featuring an option to take up further space in the development. The property as a whole is 90,000 sq ft and is expected to also host apartments and a hotel.
Apple celebrated 40 years of its Cork Campus in November stating:
The story of Apple in Ireland began in 1980 with a single manufacturing facility and 60 employees. Fast-forward to today, and Ireland is home to more than 6,000 Apple employees and a sprawling campus in the city of Cork. As Apple celebrates its 40th anniversary in Ireland, the original manufacturing facility has expanded and is now part of a campus that includes AppleCare, Operations, Logistics, and a variety of other teams staffed by a diverse group of employees representing over 90 nationalities. Cork also serves as Apple's European headquarters, supporting customers across the continent and beyond.