Talbot Mall

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Talbot Mall
An Sráid Thalbóid Meall
Irish Life Mall at night.jpg
A fountain which was located at the front of the mall, 2007
Former namesIrish Life Shopping Mall
General information
LocationDublin, Ireland
Address1 Talbot Street
Dublin
Ireland
Coordinates53°21′0.044″N 6°15′22.226″W / 53.35001222°N 6.25617389°W / 53.35001222; -6.25617389Coordinates: 53°21′0.044″N 6°15′22.226″W / 53.35001222°N 6.25617389°W / 53.35001222; -6.25617389
OpeningFebruary 2, 1980; 39 years ago (1980-02-02)
Design and construction
Architect
  • Andrew Devane
  • Robinson Keefe Devane

Talbot Mall (formerly known as Irish Life Shopping Mall prior its 2013 rebranding) is a small shopping centre located between Talbot Street and Abbey Street in Dublin, Ireland. It is part of a complex which are the Irish Life buildings on Abbey Street, and other office facilities. The car park is accessible from Abbey street and exits on Gardner Street.

A view of the gardens located behind the mall and centre, 2011

Only a few outlets remain operational, a cafe, and one retail and one service unit. Past tenants of the shopping centre have included L'Avenue Hair & Beauty, Iceland, Easons, Sasha and Hugh O'Regan's Life Bar (which for a time opened as Floridita).

Comreg, the Irish governments Communications Regulator is based in the complex.

Irish Life are the original developers and current part-owners of the Ilac Centre on Henry Street which was built a number of years after Talbot Mall.

In April 2013, the centre was rebranded the Talbot Mall after being named Irish Life Mall since its opening.[1]

With the closure of Brasilia Café in August 2019, the only remaining internal unit is now O’Briens Sandwich Bar.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Talbot Mall needs some new Irish life Irish Times, April 26, 2013