104 jobs created for Dundrum Town Centre

Dundrum Town Centre will create 104 jobs over the coming two months, it has been announced today.

Two new tenants have opened their outlets, and additional five new tenants are set to begin trading withing the next two months.

The Butcher’s Block has opened its doors providing customers with best quality and cuts of Irish-produced meat. Douglas and Kaldi Terrace Café & Restaurant has also opened on Level 2, providing full table service and terraced seating to customers.

Celebrity favourite fashion brand Lipsy is set to be established on Level One, with the eagerly-awaited H&M Kids store on Level 3.

Chaplain’s, a convenient one-stop-shop for shoe repairs, key cutting, dry-cleaning and men’s suit hire will open in May and be located in a large unit on the Sandyford Road, which has also set to welcome EducoGym, the innovative sports and leisure centre, to the retail area.

Dundrum Town Centre most recently announced the opening of Gap’s first Irish standalone store to the Centre, opening in May. The Dundrum Gap store will be 8,000 square feet over two floors, housing the women’s, men’s, GapKid’s and babyGap collections.

Commenting on the latest announcement, Don Nugent, centre director of Dundrum Town Centre said: “We are delighted to announce these new arrivals at Dundrum Town Centre.

“The new openings at Dundrum Town Centre reaffirm our commitment to delivering cutting edge fashion, leisure and service offerings and the best possible shopping and leisure experience for our customers, whilst complementing our current retail mix.

“These latest arrivals also demonstrate the confidence retailers have in Dundrum, as the Centre of choice during these economic uncertain times.”

The opening of a further seven new retailers to Dundrum Town Centre is also reflected by the strong performance the centre has shown during the first quarter of 2009, with double-digit growth in footfall recorded, compared to the same period in 2008.

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