Be well connected

Dublin’s main thoroughfare O’Connell Street, along with Henry Street, Mary Street and Earl Street North, forms the spine of North Dublin’s premier retail, cultural and tourist zone.
This impressive development signals a new and exciting chapter for retailers looking for a commanding presence in the heart of Dublin.
Clerys Quarter will be surrounded by international retail names such as Zara, H&M, JD Sports and Mango on O’Connell Street and Henry Street. Opposite Clerys, Henry Street is home to major shopping destinations including Arnotts, Debenhams, Jervis Shopping Centre and Ilac Shopping Centre.

A vibrant, tourist driven city

With its growing cosmopolitan culture, Dublin has fast become one of Europe’s most popular destinations. In 2017, Dublin was visited by 5.9 million overseas tourists, with O’Connell Street already one of the city’s most visited tourist destinations.



On foot from Grafton Street



Annual passengers on the Luas


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Luas (Tram)
  • Red line
  • Green line
  • Dart (Commuter)
  • Mainline Rail
  • Proposed Dublin Bus Routes from 2020 (multiple routes every 5-10 minutes)
  • Dublin Bike Stations
Part of

Clerys Quarter

Rooftop Bar & Restaurant