Dreaming Of Setting Up Shop In Dublin? Here Are 5 Brilliant Pop-Up Spaces Available Right Now

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If you've always had a burning desire to set up a shop, café or restaurant - 2016 could be your year!

We've got more amazing pop-up spaces in the city than ever before, and the economy finally seems to be on the up, so now could be the perfect time to make your dreams a reality.

The following five retail spaces are currently available in Dublin's fair city, take a gander at these beauties...

1. Ilac Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1

  • 350,000 visitors weekly – 2nd busiest shopping centre in Ireland
  • Home to more than 80 stores including Debenhams, Dunnes, TK Maxx and H&M
  • Great for brands targeting younger demographic
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2. CHQ , IFSC, Dublin 1

  • Overlooks the River Liffey and George’s Dock
  • Situated in the heat of the city’s bustling IFSC, with 7,000+ people visiting the building daily.
  • Grade 1 listed building originally built in 1820 as a wine & tobacco warehouse with vaults beneath to store wine
  • Home to Dogpatch Labs which houses tech companies that are globally scaling operations for the first time, and early stage Irish start-ups backed by Enterprise Ireland.

3. 1 Dame Lane, Dublin 2

  • 1200 sq feet
  • Perfect for clothing business
  • Great footfall in the eveings
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4. Smock Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 8

  • Unique city centre location full of ornate features and stained glass windows
  • Space is versatile and easy to change
  • Seats 178 people
  • Has kitchen space available for pop-up restaurant
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5. Pembroke Dublin, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2

  • Georgian building full of character
  • Perfect for smaller businesses looking to try a pop-up for 1 day within existing area
  • Great location day or night
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Should you require any further information about letting any of these fab spaces, you can contact Popertee here.

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