58 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2: three-storey building adjoins Dunnes homeware store

Ollie Lyons of TWM is seeking €575,000 for a commercial investment opposite the South City Market at 58 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2. The thr(...)

Harvey Norman, which sells furniture, homewares and electronics, narrowed its losses last year to €7.4 million, down from about €11 million.

Sales at the 14 Irish outlets of Harvey Norman grew to within touching distance of €150 million last year, as the retailer closes in on its first Iris(...)

Warm up your patio Make those ventures outdoors a little more hearth-warming with a powder-coated steel Marino outdoor gas fire, 126cm by (...)

GoXtreme Wifi View camera is waterproof up to 45 metres, so you can take it swimming, surfing or even just for a rain-soaked run.

Action cameras are becoming increasingly popular as the need to document every run, road trip and even tech conference sees the now-familiar devices s(...)

It’s the new year, so inevitably, that means there are resolutions to be made and fitness regimes to implement. So maybe you need to start looking at (...)

Dundrum Town Centre: trade was up on Black Friday. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh 2:13

Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving in the US that traditionally heralds the start of seasonal shopping mania there, has become a phenomenon in (...)

Castlebar Retail Park: expected annual rent roll of almost €840,000.

Castlebar Retail Park is fresh to the market this week through Colliers International which is quoting more than €9.25 million. Should it make this pr(...)

Drop will also sell in Harvey Norman, with a price of €99.95

Drop, a Dublin-based start-up which has created an iPad-connected kitchen scale that guides users through recipes, looks set to become an internationa(...)

Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin: its lending plans bode well for retailers. Photograph: Frank Miller

The news yesterday from Ulster Bank chief executive Jim Brown that the bank plans to do more consumer lending bodes well for retailers in the run-up t(...)

The Park, Carrickmines: in a different league to the other parks, accounting for €4.4m of the overall rental income from the portfolio

The New York-based Marathon Asset Management has bought five retail parks including the first phase of Carrickmines Retail Park in south Dublin for a(...)