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Fashion retailer Diesel is set to anchor the ground floor at the redeveloped Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
The international clothing retailer will be joined by coffee chain Starbucks and outdoor and leisure retailer Regatta Great Outdoors in the new development.
Starbucks will open their flagship Galway store on the first floor mall. The unit will have an outdoor seated area that overlooks Eyre Square.
Regatta meanwhile will occupy the space adjacent to Starbucks.
The tenants are undertaking their respective shop fits and are projected to be open to the public by March.
Commercial property agents Lambert Smith Hampton have confirmed that they are in advanced negotiations with tenants for the three remaining kiosk units, with lettings expected to be finalised in the coming weeks.
The shopping centre, which links directly with Edward Square Shopping Centre and Corbett Court, incorporates more than 70 local, national, and international stores together with a 450 space multi-storey car park.
The centre is anchored by Penneys and New Look and also includes high-profile brands such as Mothercare, Dunnes Stores, Specsavers, Burger King and JD Sports.
Recent footfall figures show in excess of ten million visitors to the Eyre Square Shopping Centre per year.
Patrick Cormican, letting agent at Lambert Smith Hampton, commented, “The short supply of suitable retail units in Galway City Centre and the high volume of both national and international retailers seeking representation within Galway City resulted in the units attracting great interest.”
Looking to the future he added, “We are delighted with the calibre of the tenants we have secured so far and are confident the new development will be a great success.” ... See MoreSee Less