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ABOUT Moore Street Mall
Moore Street Plaza is a unique retail development located in the heart of the city. The landmark building occupies a pivotal location acting as a natural gateway into the prime retail area of Henry Street. The shopping precinct of Henry Street, Moore Street and Mary Street is the largest in Ireland with over 2,000,000 sq ft of retail floor space.
The subject property is located at the junction of Parnell Street and Moore Street on the north side of Dublin’s inner city. The property is close to O’Connell Street and Henry Street which is Ireland’s second busiest retail thoroughfare which includes occupiers such as Arnotts, The ILAC Centre and Debenhams. There are also several third level institutions nearby including DIT Bolton Street, DIT Cathal Brugha Street and DIT Mountjoy Square.
Adjoining occupiers in the area include Jury’s Hotel, Tesco, Boylesports, Aldi, McDonalds, The Parnell, Penneys, Chapters Bookstore and Lidl.
The basement of Moore Street Plaza, known as Moore Street Mall, comprises a 2,185 sq m basement area which is accessed by escalators via two ground level entrances, one on Parnell Street, adjacent to the Boylesports unit, and the other on Moore Street, adjacent to Lidl.
Moore Street Mall opened in May 2007 as Ireland’s first multicultural shopping centre. Constructed by Shelbourne Development, Moore Street Mall consists of retail space with over 30 individual retail units.
The tenants at Moore Street Mall are an eclectic mix of first time and local retailers. The diverse line up includes Eastern European and Brazilian supermarkets, Asian and Eastern Europeans Restaurants, Vitamin Shop, Hair & Beauty, Coffee shop and more.