Second Starbucks

Developer David Agar has secured planning permission for a change of use from a retail unit to a cafe/coffee shop at the Harcourt Building on the corner of Harcourt Street and Adelaide Road in Dublin 2, writes Neil Callanan.

8th October, 2005

Developer David Agar has secured planning permission for a change of use from a retail unit to a cafe/coffee shop at the Harcourt Building on the corner of Harcourt Street and Adelaide Road in Dublin 2, writes Neil Callanan.

The move clears the way for Starbucks to open its second Irish outlet in the building. Developer Paddy Shovlin and a consortium of investors, including Agar, paid almost €11.2 million in 1999 for the 0.27-acre site...

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