Since the festival began in early June, nearly 100,000 people descend on the docklands site.
This year’s lineup brought a number of Irish and international music stars to Cork including Kraftwerk, Kodaline, A-ha, Don McClean, Nile Rodgers, James Bay, The Script, Christy Moore, Jack Johnson and Alanis Morrissette.
“There are few things in the pipeline,” he told the Evening Echo.
Mr Aiken has accepted the site will be redeveloped eventually but has ruled out looking at alternative sites in Cork until any plans are finalised for the former Ford depot.
Mr Mansworth added that the calibre of acts and midweek concerts have added greatly to the local economy with a bump in visitors particularly for Norwegian pop act A-ha.