Five thriving Sunday Markets are loosing their home, as the redevelopment of Newmarket Square in Dublin 8 looms closer. The markets (Dublin Flea Market, The Brocante, Fusion Sundays – World Culture Market, Newmarket Collective and The Pure Vintage Fair) were given notice to leave the Green Door premises where they were operating from, effective June 12th 2018.
It is understood that the first stages of demolition and redevelopment of the existing units will take place soon after this. The Sunday markets will be in transition from this date and without a home until a new venue is secured.
Since the Dublin Flea Market first opened its doors in 2008, these markets have become a much loved and important part of Dublin market culture and indeed the local community. Attracting both locals and tourists alike, they have been integral in the transformation and community development of Newmarket and its surrounding areas over the last decade.
Currently the future of the five Sunday markets is uncertain until a new home has been found, however, all five markets have joined together in the search for a new city centre location. This is an exciting opportunity for a city district in Dublin that wants to avail of an established Sunday market collective with guaranteed footfall, new business opportunity and a strong community focus.
The markets require a large indoor/outdoor venue in Dublin city centre close to public transport with parking. Can you help the Dublin Sunday markets? If so please get in touch through firstname.lastname@example.org. Info pack also available for potential new home providers.
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