Blanchardstown Centre

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Blanchardstown Centre

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Blanchardstown Centre is a large shopping centre, that is located in Blanchardstown, Dublin, Ireland. It opened in 1996 and was extended in 2004 to create extra retail space.


The Blanchardstown Centre offers over 180 stores ranging from fashion to electronics, and gifts to houseware. The anchor tenants in the Shopping Centre itself are Dunnes, Penney's, Marks and Spencer, H&M, Debenhams and Zara. The Blanchardstown Centre is also home to Ireland's largest TK Maxx store, Lifestyle Sports and 53 Degrees North, all of which are located in the Fashion Park. Surrounding the Centre are three retails parks, two of which are part of the Centre, whilst the other, WestEnd Shopping Park is operated separately. Westend Retail Park features several large stores such as New Look (Which retained a Starbucks coffee shop from the previous tenant, Borders), Halfords, Heatons and Next. There are other amenities located in the Blanchardstown Centre including a 9 screen cinema operated by UCI, a Lesiureplex entertainment centre, the Draiocht arts centre as well as Ireland's largest public library. There are plenty of restaurants and fast-food outlets available including Ginseng, Ming Court, Dante's, Kay's Kitchen, TGI Fridays, McDonald's, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Subway, Wagamama, Captain America's and, including WestEnd Shopping Park, the leisure plex and UCI Cinema, a total of five branches of Starbucks.

The centre is currently going through some difficultly, with the Arcadia Group...
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