Dublin shopping centres expand offerings to cater to the tech-savvy

The latest reports find international retailers adding food and leisure facilities as well as experiential retailing. Donal Buckley reports

28th January, 2018
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At a time when bricks and mortar retailing faces challenges from new technology and consumer trends, the prime Irish retail market is seeing a range of property development gearing up for future demand.

In its latest review of the sector agent CBRE said existing shopping centres are expanding their footprint.

“Most are adding accommodation such as a tailored food and beverage [offering] and a more diverse range of leisure as well as focusing on place...

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