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Chatham and King Development, Chatham Street, Dublin 2, D02

51.1m 2Retail Units Refreshed on Dec 11, 2020
#114 of 160 Properties Viewed in Dublin 2
Savills Commercial Retail
Savills Commercial Retail
Tel: 01 618 1300
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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Chatham Street is home to the first custom-built, flagship opportunity to become available in 12 years. This is the final phase of Chatham and King; a retail development exceeding 50,000 square feet located on Chatham Street, within Dublin’s prime shopping and leisure district. Already home to leading international brands, Zara and H&M and moments from Grafton Street, this phase offers unique space for a premium brand in a proven location. 15,000 sq.ft of prime retail space is now on offer in the final phase of this development. This final phase offers the opportunity to provide a significant flagship footprint, extremely rare and unavailable in the market. Modern retail floor plates with flexibility give occupiers the freedom to choose the best retail shop configuration.


15,000 sq.ft prime retail space in the heart of Dublin’s Grafton Quarter,Retail, F&B and Leisure opportunities,60 metres of iconic frontage,Glazed frontage and unequaled shopfront gives this signature space the prominence it deserves,Located among the best of International Brands

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Chatham and King is at the centre of The Grafton Quarter where world renowned names such as Brown Thomas, Marks and Spencer, Hugo Boss, Massimo Dutti, Nespresso, Topshop, Disney and Boodles benefit from over 26 million shoppers every year. This impressive development signals a new and exciting chapter for retailers looking for a commanding presence in the heart of Dublin’s retail environment. Shoppers gravitate towards The Grafton Quarter because this key retail district is easy to navigate with international brands at every turn. Chatham and King offers retailers a statement address where they can profit from this busy quarter of affluent shoppers


Kevin Sweeney