The supermarket was broken into and looted in March of this year.
Lidl on Fortunestown Lane in Citywest, County Dublin was attacked with a JCB in the midst of Storm Emma earlier this year.
Shocking scenes showed the store being looted before it eventually collapsed to the ground.
— Denis (@46Flynn) March 2, 2018
I am seething! Lidl in Jobstown, Tallaght after being looted and now has collapsed after being torn down? Is this the purge?! pic.twitter.com/Gwb6mEWkoE
— john (@Scarlet4UrMa) March 2, 2018
Armed Gardaí were called to the scene to investigate the incident and ultimately nine men were arrested.
Lads in tallaght robbed ATM/safe from Lidl, which they also demolished, are now attempting to smash open the safe. pic.twitter.com/aDtQjlB9Wu
— Niall Swan (@NiallMacSuain) March 2, 2018
In a statement, Lidl said the west Dublin branch of the German discount supermarket chain would open August 30.
They said they looked forward to welcoming back their loyal customers: "The store team that were redeployed to other stores in the area following the incident in March look forward to returning to the new store in August and welcoming back valued customers in the local community who have been extremely supportive over the last few months."