Ikea set to open second Dublin store
Published 16/05/2016 | 07:03
Ikea is poised to open a second Dublin store.
The Swedish retail giant has agreed a lease with property group Iput that will see it lease 15,000 sq ft premises at The Park in Carrickmines.
It will be a scaled-down version of the massive store in Ballymun, and will include Ikea's first order and collection point in Ireland, which will allow customers to collect orders made online.
Iput head of property management Niall Ringrose said the deal would significantly enhance the "already high-quality" retail offering at The Park.
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The planned store also includes a cafe.
Independent.ie understands the lease will run for ten years.