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Natrium to rejuvenate Clerys buildings

19th June, 2015

Natrium, the joint venture company which has acquired the Clerys property, has said it plans to invest significantly in the building to create a retail-led development which will support at least 1,700 new long-term jobs.

“The Clerys building can be transformed to create a major new mixed use destination in Dublin city centre and to create large numbers of sustainable jobs," Natrium said in a statement. "There is strong demand from international retailers and other commercial...

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