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Ilac Shopping Centre Regular Business Hours
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Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Ilac Shopping Centre
The hours of operation change during the holiday season. The majority of the stores will adjust their hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
- Bank Holiday
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About Ilac Shopping Centre
The Ilac Centre is a shopping centre, located in central Dublin, north of the River Liffey. It has entrances opening onto Henry Street, Parnell Street and Moore Street. The Ilac Centre was opened in 1981, and was one of the first shopping centres in Dublin city centre. It has been characterised as a “large, low and dull cruciform” shopping complex. It was designed by David Keane & Partners in 1977.
The centre is owned by Hammerson and Irish Life Assurance plc. The name was made up from the initial letters of the company as it was then known – Irish Life Assurance Company. Irish Life also own the Irish Life Mall in Talbot Street. It was a scaled back project from the initial 50 acre development proposed by Nathaniel Lichfield, an English master planner, in the mid-1960s.
Source of information : www.ilac.ie
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