Louis Copeland, Wicklow Street: the 296sq m (3,187sq ft) building has retail space on the ground and first floors. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An Irish investor has paid just over €2.6 million for the Louis Copeland occupied retail building at 18 Wicklow Street in Dublin 2, which will show a (...)

18 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2: The 296sq m (3,187sq ft) building has retail space on the ground and first floors while the remaining floors are used as ancillary accommodation. photograph: cyril byrne

The renewed interest in Dublin city centre retail investments will again be in evidence this week when Savills seeks a buyer for number 18 Wick(...)

Shop at the Grafton/Suffolk Street junction: the five-storey- over-basement building is guiding at €4.5 million.

With a wide range of overseas funds clamouring to buy high-quality investment properties in Dublin, the timing could hardly be better for the planned (...)

Investors competing for heavily discounted commercial properties will have an opportunity to pitch for a city-centre retail investment from today, whe(...)

The former HMV on Grafton Street is to house fashion retailer Massimo Dutti, whose elegant and classic designs are for daily and formal wear.

Dublin’s Grafton Street is to get a boost with the decision by the world’s biggest clothing group, Spain’s Inditex, to open a Massimo Dutti store in t(...)

Contractors appointed by Nama are due to begin work this week on the amalgamation of two adjoining retail buildings on Dublin’s Grafton Street with th(...)