Thursday July 2, 2020

Clock runs out for 460 jobs at Clerys

New owners plan hotel for iconic store

14th June, 2015
Clerys on O’Connell Street, Dublin

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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