Dundrum Town Centre owner launches High Court action against Fallon and Byrne

The gourmet food retailer was due to open a branch in the Dublin shopping centre in April 2020 but did not take up the tenancy

12th January, 2021
Dundrum Town Centre owner launches High Court action against Fallon and Byrne
Fallon and Byrne was due to occupy a 10,000-square-foot space in Dundrum Town Centre’s Ashgrove Terrace. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

The owner of Dundrum Town Centre has launched a High Court action against Fallon and Bryne, the gourmet food retailer, and Sarzala, its parent company.

Fallon and Byrne was due to occupy a 10,000-square-foot space in Dundrum Town Centre’s Ashgrove Terrace development and it had originally planned to include a flagship food hall, delicatessen and restaurant.

When the tenancy was announced in 2018, Hammerson, the owner of Dundrum Town Centre, said the fine...

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