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Sunday 18 March 2018

Ikea set to open second Dublin store

Ikea. Photo: PA
Ikea. Photo: PA
Gavin McLoughlin

Gavin McLoughlin

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.

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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. understands the lease will run for ten years.

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