Donut chain Krispy Kreme has agreed a deal to open an outlet at the former Central Bank building on Dublin's Dame Street, which is currently being transformed into a new complex called Central Plaza.
As reported by The Irish Times, Krispy Kreme will occupy 234 square metres of the complex's plaza level and 89 square metres of its below plaza level.
One Of Several Food Outlets At Central Plaza
Krispy Kreme will be one of several food outlets at Central Plaza, which is being developed by Hines and the Peterson Group. It was revealed last year that Gino's Gelato, Bujo Burger and Las Iguanas will be opening outlets at the complex when it is completed.
"An Exciting And Beloved Retail Experience"
Hines senior managing director Brian Moran stated, "Krispy Kreme will bring an exciting and beloved retail experience to a whole new customer base and will be perfectly located in the heart of Dublin."
The Central Plaza Krispy Kreme outlet, which will be the second Krispy Kreme outlet in Ireland following the opening of the donut chain's branch in the Dublin suburb of Blanchardstown in 2018, will open in early 2021.
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