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Arcadia is planning to close six stores in the Republic. Photograph: Getty

Sir Philip Green has proposed concessions for landlords in a last-minute deal to shore up support for his retail empire’s restructuring plans. The To(...)

Topshop and Arcadia’s other brands have struggled to thrive as shoppers increasingly embrace online retail. Photograph: Reuters

Doubt hangs over the future of Philip Green’s crumbling Arcadia Group after it postponed a crucial vote because it had failed to gain enough support f(...)

Closing down: six Arcadia Group stores in Ireland, including the flagship Topshop on St Stephen’s Green, are to shut. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

Topshop was nigh on unassailable a decade ago. At the launch of its New York flagship store, in April 2009, crowds of young women screamed “We love To(...)

It is unclear how many Irish jobs would be affected. Photograph: iStock

Philip Green’s make-or-break plan to restructure his Arcadia fashion empire would see the closure of six stores in the Republic: four in Dublin, one i(...)

Occupancy levels on Grafton, Henry and Mary streets – Dublin  city’s main shopping thoroughfares – are currently 95 to 100 per cent. Photograph: David Sleator

Commercial investment in Irish retail fell off something of a cliff in 2017, with the value of transactions for the first nine months of year down nea(...)

The McDonald’s at 14-16 Mary Street in Dublin: the three-storey premises, in the middle of a 35-year lease, is on the market for €18.5m

Dublin’s thriving Mary Street/Henry Street shopping enclave will again be the focus of attention for Irish and overseas investment funds with the for(...)

The Evans store at 42-43 Henry Street, Dublin, which will show a return of of 4.2 per cent on  a price believed to be about €20.5m

International property manager AEW has made its first significant investment in the Dublin property market, buying the high-profile retail premises oc(...)

The property at 42-43 Henry Street is a four-storey over-basement terraced corner building with an overall floor area of 961 sq m (10,342 sq ft), including 260 sq m (2,800 sq ft) at ground-floor level.

Dublin’s strongly performing Henry Street is once again to be the centre of attention for investment funds with the forthcoming sale of the retail pre(...)

Evans, Henry Street: the shop is among the best on the street, with an overall floor area of 965sq m (10,393sq ft) over five levels. photograph: dave meehan

JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor A key trading opportunity on Dublin’s Henry Street has come on the market with the decision by the Arcadia Group(...)