Great news for fashionistas, a massive new Topshop and Topman is coming to the north side.
It's setting up a huge new outlet at The Jervis Shopping Centre based on its Oxford Street store in London.
The flagship store will open next summer and will take up 20 thousand square foot at the ground floor and upper levels.
The company, Arcadia Group which is owned by Philip Green, will pay rent of €1.25M so we better start spending.
As well as Topshop and Topman, the Arcadia group owns Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Wallace and Burton.
Those shops are also in the Jervis Shopping Centre but they'll disappear to make way for this huge new Topshop.
Darragh Cronin from the property firm Savills says it will be pretty epic "it's going to be a new cutting-edge store, modeled on the Topshop/Topman store on Oxford Street in London, and it's going to be an extra large 20,000 square foot store".
The Mandate trade union represents the staff who've been working in the Arcadia shops which will be closing.
Brendan O'Hanlon says there has been some redundancies already "Obviously with the extension, we are anticipating that a number of jobs will be created and with the other brands that are closing hopefully there will be some redeployment opportunities".
The new flagship Dublin store will take up several floors and have a main entrance on Mary Street.
It's set to open next summer.