Henry Jermyn we are always looking for new and innovative ways to meet the needs of today's businessman and women. This new service offers customers the opportunity to try suits and accessories in the comfort of their own office. We have introduced Executive Tailoring to meet the needs of busy customers in the Dublin area. Interested customers are simply asked to call the store with their requirements and suit/collar size and a member of our staff will then call to their place of work at a convenient time to present a range of styles and to take measurements. Feedback to date has been extremely positive as many people simply don’t have the time to shop for work wear.
CHQ, IFSC - 01 673 6009.
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4th November 2008: Men’s clothing specialist Henry Jermyn has launched a new personal fitting service at their retail outlet at the chq building in Dublin’s Docklands.
The new service offers customers the opportunity to try suits and accessories in the comfort of their own office. Store manager Dave Williams says the service has been introduced to meet the needs of busy and often stressed workers in Docklands and beyond. “The service is a simple yet effective one. Interested customers are simply asked to call the store with their requirements and suit/collar size and our staff members will then call to their place of work at a convenient time to present a range of styles and to take measurements. Feedback to date has been extremely positive as many people simply don’t have the time to shop for work wear.”
Henry Jermyn offers a range of luxury wool suits, Egyptian cotton shirts, silk ties and accessories. A number of reductions are currently available in store including shirts normally priced at €110 now reduced to €69.50. Appointments for the personal fitting service can be made by calling 01 673 6009.
Today the chq building houses a range of quality retail outlets including home furnishings and accessories stores, Meadows & Byrne and Environment Furniture: beauty and cosmetics specialist, Nue Blue Eriu; Mitchell & Son Wine Merchants; ladies’ boutiques, Fran & Jane, The Pink Room and Kohl; designer shoe store, Fitzpatricks; fashion and textiles designer, Ciaran Sweeney; luxurious baby and gift boutique, Bunnies by the Bay and menswear specialists Louis Copeland.
Also located in the chq building are popular cafés, Insomnia, Starbucks and House of Tea and the Carphone Warehouse. In addition, the ely wine bar has been trading successfully at the chq building since June 2006.
The chq building (formerly known as Stack A), located in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands, overlooking the River Liffey, was built in 1820 as a wine and tobacco warehouse. The then Stack A was made famous when it hosted the Crimean War Banquet in 1856 celebrating the return of 3,000 Irish soldiers.
The building has been magnificently restored and enhanced by the Docklands Authority, recently winning the title of Best Conversation/Restoration Project at the prestigious Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Awards 2008. This follows chq's award earlier this year for Best Conservation Project at the Irish Planning Institute's National Planning Awards 2008.
The chq building is located in the heart of the IFSC and is just an eight minute walk from O’Connell Street. The building faces George’s Dock, the site of the new Abbey Theatre. Further details can be obtained in respect of any remaining units from Bannon, Tel 01 647 7900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The chq building opening hours are:
Monday to Friday 7am – 7pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
Note: In accordance with licensing regulations Mitchells & Son will open from 10.30 am daily (12 pm on Sundays).
Getting to the chq building
The chq building is located in the IFSC on Custom House Quay, opposite the Sean O’Casey Bridge, in Docklands, approximately eight minutes walk from O’Connell Bridge. Parking is available at Jury’s Inn, Custom House Quay and also at the NCI Carpark at Mayor Street.