Artists’ impressions of the latest plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Dublin City Council’s plan to create a piazza in front of Bank of Ireland on College Green – effectively blocking traffic from moving through the area(...)

 Phibsboro Shopping Centre: it is expected to benefit greatly from the opening of the large new DIT Grangegorman campus. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The new owner of Phibsboro Shopping Centre in north Dublin is expected to apply for planning permission to redevelop the rundown complex sooner rather(...)

The so-called Rhinelander Mansion on Madison Avenue, which houses the Polo Ralph Lauren store, is reportedly to go on the market.

For such an enthusiastic investor in some of the highest-profile shopping streets in the world, Limerick man Aidan Brooks is a pretty low-key guy. He(...)

Grandstand views of College Green are the most impressive feature of several of the eight luxury apartments that now sit on top of the new H&M sto(...)

 Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford: mixed-use development comprising retail, restaurant, residential and office space. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

UK-based Development Securities has acquired two retail properties – Nutgrove Retail Centre and Beacon South Quarter, in Dublin – for €12.8 million, a(...)

British listed property developer Development Securities has bought Nutgrove Retail Centre and Beacon South Quarter for€12.8 million. The compa(...)

Tower Records is to relocate early in the new year from its current base on Dublin’s Wicklow Street to the former Waterstones’ book shop at the bottom(...)

Tower Records store, Wicklow Street, Dublin: COS to occupy 743sq m (8,000sq ft) of retail space at ground and first floor levels. Photograph: Eric Luke

Only weeks after confirming plans to open a major H&M fashion store in the former National Irish Bank on Dublin’s College Green, the Swedish group(...)

A financial landmark which has stood on Dublin’s College Green for almost 150 years is to get a new lease of life as a retail and luxury apartment com(...)

The fashion multiple H&M will have the use of 3,370sq m (36,274sq ft) in the former National Irish Bank on Dublin’s College Green under a planning(...)