Grafton Street

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Mareks Treinovskis ‘figured out’ that the security guard at the Grafton Street store did not start work until 11am

A homeless man who repeatedly stole toothbrushes from a Dublin pharmacy despite being arrested several times has been sentenced to 18 months in prison(...)

The queue outside Victoria’s Secret on Grafton Street before opening in December

Business Affairs Correspondent The Irish-born former president of global lingerie chain Victoria’s Secret has criticised its decision to open its fi(...)

The Swatch shop on Grafton Street, Dublin. The property produces a rental income of €180,000 a year, reflecting a Zone A rent of €570 per sq ft

The ongoing demand by private investors for prime retail properties should ensure an early sale of a well-located shop at the southern end of Dublin’s(...)

The White Company is set to move into no 72 Grafton Street.

A top performing UK clothing, homeware and fragrance business, The White Company, looks set to broaden the appeal of Dublin’s Grafton Street when it o(...)

Smiggle  sells brightly coloured ‘fashion’ stationery that has caught the imagination of children

Dublin’s Grafton Street is set for a little more variety with plans by the Australian stationary sensation Smiggle to open a new outlet on the street (...)

Molton Brown, 80 Grafton Street, Dublin has been sold to Irish Life

Irish Life looks like strengthening its position as the largest owner of buildings on Dublin’s Grafton Street with the expected purchase of its 19th (...)

Cullen & Co: the jeweller is one of three properties that make up the portfolio for sale

With prime retail investment yields still falling in Dublin’s south inner city because of the weight of money chasing relatively few investment oppor(...)

Molton Brown has just completed three years of a 15-year lease of the building, which has 85.03sq m (915sq ft) at street level and 390.67sq m (4,205sq ft) over five floors including the basement

With institutional funds still leading the search for well-located retail investments in Dublin’s south inner city, the likelihood is that one of the(...)

CGI illustration of Claddagh Jewellers’ new premises at the corner of Dublin’s Grafton and Nassau streets.

A tiny vacant shop at the bottom of Dublin’s Grafton Street, rented by Bank of Ireland for the past 34 years, has attracted exceptional interest from (...)

AIB on Grafton Street: Irish Life is expected to earn a net initial yield of 3.5 per cent based on current rent roll of €1.8 million.

Irish Life has outbid strong domestic and overseas competition to buy AIB’s principal branch office which fronts on to both Grafton Street and Wicklo(...)

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