Clothing store to create 30 jobs in Dundrum

Clothing store to create 30 jobs in Dundrum

A new flagship Jack & Jones menswear store is to open in Dundrum Town Centre in mid-November, creating approximately 30 new jobs.

“We are delighted to be opening our flagship Jack & Jones store in Dundrum which will be one of the biggest in Europe,” said Pat Hegarty of Jack & Jones.

The letting of the 8,300 sq ft until in the centre was handled by Savills, who secured a 10-year lease.

“This is great news for Dundrum Town Centre,” said Gareth Shiells, associate director with Savills.

“Having an international brand like Jack & Jones open their Irish flagship store shows the strength of Dundrum as a shopping centre.

“This adds to the recent lettings to TK Maxx and Mint Velvet – two further fantastic additions to the scheme”.

Jack & Jones is the men’s clothing arm of Danish firm Bestseller Group, with more than 1,000 stores in 38 countries.

Dundrum Town Centre has over 1.2m sq ft of retail and leisure space, 131 shops, 39 restaurants and a cinema and theatre.

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