Monday September 21, 2020

Vacant units not spurring fall in rents

The situation on Dublin’s Grafton Street is mirrored around the country as retailers are having to shut up shop, writes Samantha McCaughren.

5th September, 2009

The situation on Dublin’s Grafton Street is mirrored around the country as retailers are having to shut up shop, writes Samantha McCaughren.

Just two years ago, Dublin City Council outlined a vi s ion for Graf ton Street, which would see the Dublin thoroughfare rival the exclusive shopping districts of Paris and Milan.

As part of its plan to transform the pedestrianised street into an international shopping destination, the council wanted restrictions on...

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