Liffey Valley Shopping Centre

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Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
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Address Liffey Valley Shopping Centre,
Fonthill Road,
Dublin 22
Opening date 1998
No. of floors 2

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is a shopping centre, that is located in Clondalkin in Dublin. The centre opened in 1998 and is located at the junction of the M50 motorway and N4 road. The centre was a replacement for a much larger complex mooted for the site, known as Quarryvale.

Anchor tenants[edit]

Anchor tenants at the centre are Ireland's largest Marks & Spencer, Dunnes Stores, Next, and Ireland's largest Boots. In 2010 large H&M and New Look fashions stores opened in the centre of the mall. The centre is home to Vue Dublin (formerly Ster Century Dublin). Cafe's serving coffee and snacks include Bagel Bar, Bagel Factory, BB's, Cafe Revive, Costa Coffee, O'Briens, & Starbucks. There are four restaurants that offer a full service option, Eddie Rockets, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Nando's, and Spur Steakhouse. A foodcourt accessed at the center of the mall provides a wide selection of fast food, including, Abrakebabra, Burger King, Café Kylemore, Ginzeng, Harry Ramsden, KFC, McDonalds and Moo Honest Food. Juice, icecream and cupcakes are available at kiosks throughout the centre, these include Friends, Johnnie Cupcakes, Tropical Juice and Zumo Fresh Juice Bar. McDonalds and Starbucks both open early for breakfast.

An associated retail park, (The Retail Park, Liffey Valley), is nearby, with several warehouse-style stores, including PC World, Currys, Carpet Right, Argos, also of note is B&Q and Halfords retail outlets.

In 2005 planning applications were made to further develop the site into a more all round destination. These plans include apartments and more leisure focused units located away from the main centre. The developers also had a model in the centre, showing a proposed Dublin Metro line to the south-east of the shopping centre which would have been linked to Tallaght.[citation needed]


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Coordinates: 53°21′12″N 6°23′32″W / 53.35333°N 6.39222°W / 53.35333; -6.39222