Transforming times for stores

Retail landlords and developers must give tenants the modern shopping spaces they need to thrive in a changing market

1st July, 2018
A computer-generated image of the redeveloped Frascati Centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin

Irish retail has seen significant changes over the past decade, and has gradually entered a new cycle over the past couple of years. Rents have increased moderately, while a number of new entrants have entered the market.

With the retail environment evolving rapidly, questions and challenges have been posed for both physical stores and e-commerce and, as such, the new entrants bring with them more specific requirements than previously witnessed. In response to this, development...

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