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Demand for household goods proves a retail park floor-filler, says BNP Paribas

There's less than 4 per cent of floor-space available in Dublin's retail parks

16th October, 2016
Blanchardstown retail park: fully occupied

In a marked U-turn, consumer confidence and spending means Dublin’s 14 retail parks are now at capacity. That’s according to new research carried out by BNP Paribas Real Estate.

The agent’s report, At a Glance: Dublin Retail Parks, said that less than 4 per cent of floor-space was available to rent in any of the capital’s retail parks.

Breaking it down further, Joan Henry, head of research at Paribas,...

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