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Christmas shoppers on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Traffic and footfall in Dublin city this month reached the highest levels since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to new figures from Dublin C(...)

2016 was an exceptional year in which retail investment transactions reached €2.27 billion (52 per cent of overall turnover) helped by the sales of both the Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley shopping centres.

In 2014 the sale of retail portfolios and retail schemes heavily influenced the investment market statistics. Five years on and the sector’s turnover (...)

Hotel Chocolat in Liverpool

Hotel Chocolat is to open its first Dublin city centre store at 1 GPO Buildings on Henry Street. The UK retailer opened its first store in London in(...)

FX Buckley's, 62 Moore Street, Dublin. The building  is located only 30m from Henry Street

In a rare enough sale of a business premises on Dublin’s Moore Street, Colliers International is guiding €650,000 for the freehold interest in FX Buck(...)

Skechers at 4 Henry Street produces a rental income of €360,000

With an ever-increasing number of funds and private investors looking for well-located retail investments on Dublin’s Henry Street, there is likely t(...)

The McDonald’s on Jervis Street, Dublin: The building has been bought by State Street Global Investors for about €17m. Photograph: Gareth Byrne Photography

State Street Global Advisers has acquired a key building at the junction of Dublin’s Mary and Jervis streets, paying in the region of €17 million for (...)

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(...)

Dublin’s Grafton Street: Zone A rents are predicted to reach €7,000/sq m and increase at an annual average of 4 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke

A new report on the five-year outlook for prime rents and yields across all sectors of the Irish commercial property market predicts that rental valu(...)