The new owners of the 162-year-old Clerys department store, who closed it within hours of acquiring it, are planning a multimillion-euro investment that will turn it into a new retailer with a hotel on its roof.
The landmark Dublin store, rebuilt after the Easter Rising in 1916, is to be gutted to allow its new owners – a consortium of Irish investment group D2 Private and Cheyne Capital Management – to attract new international fashion...
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