Natrium, fronted by developer Deirdre Foley with backing from Cheyne Capital, flipped the department store building last October to a consortium for €63m, more than doubling investors’ cash in a little over three years. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the new owners of the Clerys site gear up to transform it into a high-grade, mixed-use development, the entrails of the shuttered Dublin department(...)

Retail property is now undergoing an overdue development phase in Dublin  city centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

In any form of investing, it is always difficult to fight sentiment. This is no less true when considering the negative popular perception that surrou(...)

The owners said the window display on O’Connell Street, Dublin, will feature “a trip down memory lane”.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – at least at the former Clerys department store in Dublin which unveiled its 2018 Christmas window displa(...)

The corner of O’Connell Street and Sackville Place, Dublin

The company led by businesswoman Deirdre Foley, which recently sold the former Clerys department store in Dublin’s O’Connell Street to Europa Capital (...)

Natrium, led by businesswoman Deirdre Foley, bought the department store for €29 million in June 2015 under controversial circumstances. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A unit of the Rockefeller Group has joined up with Paddy McKillen jnr’s Press-Up Entertainment to buy and redevelop the former Clerys department store(...)