Tuesday September 22, 2020

Ikea to open a second store in Dublin

South Dublin outlet will be smaller version of Ballymun

16th May, 2016
Ikea plans second Dublin store as revenues rise Pic RollingNews.ie

Swedish home furnishing giant Ikea is set to open a second store in Dublin this summer.

It is to open a new Order and Collection point in Carrickmines in South Dublin after agreeing a 10-year lease with property group Iput plc.

Figures reported in the Sunday Business Post earlier this year showed that the company's revenue at its existing Irish store in Ballymun hit a record of almost €132m in the year to end...

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