Lower rents bring back fashion buzz

Retail rents have been dropping significantly, attracting several big-name foreign retail outlets to our high streets

13th November, 2010

Retail rents have been dropping significantly, attracting several big-name foreign retail outlets to our high streets

Consumer confidence may be low, but international retailers are taking an optimistic view of Irish shoppers’ ability to keep on buying. Vacant properties had become a depressing sight on main thoroughfares over the past couple of years but, as rents fall, big-name brands have started signing up for prime retail sites.

Yesterday, international fashion retailer Forever21 opened its...

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