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Swords Central Shopping Centre: The last vacant shop in the mall is available to rent for €60,000 a year.

The new commercial property season has gotten under way with the launch of a number of office and retail investments as well as sites for commercial (...)

Block B  extends to 3,437sq m  and  has 65 parking spaces

Offices and a health clinic which form part of Bray Civic Centre in Co Wicklow and are let to the HSE are to be offered for sale by private treaty. (...)

Nassau House has a floor area of about 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft), of which a third is divided between nine street-level shops, including Spar, Insomnia, Tiger, House of Ireland and Lemon Crepe. Photograph: Eric Luke

A key retail enclave in Dublin’s south inner city looks set to be targeted for redevelopment following its sale to a European real-estate investment (...)

Nassau House, a five-storey retail and office block with shops fronting on to Nassau Street and Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Sara Freund

A substantial retail and office building in Dublin’s south city centre has been offered for sale privately to a number of leading development and inve(...)

St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin: to undergo a change of ownership and a shake-up. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Stephen’s Green shopping centre is about to undergo a change of ownership and a shake-up. Majority owner Irish Life, with a 73 per cent st(...)

10-11 Exchange Place: will show 6.4 per cent  return

A high quality multi-let office investment in Dublin’s IFSC comes on the market today through agents JLL at a guide price of €3.3 million.At that valu(...)

1 Grant’s Row, just off Lower Mount Street, is producing an annual rent roll of €482,135

A multi-let office building in Dublin city centre is being brought to the market by JLL on the instructions of receiver Ken Tyrrell of PwC. The sellin(...)

Trinity Biotech Manufacturing at the IDA Business Park at Southern Cross in Bray, Co Wicklow

A high-quality office building rented on a long-term lease by Trinity Biotech Manufacturing at the IDA Business Park at Southern Cross in Bray, Co Wic(...)

The Cineworld complex on Dublin’s Parnell Street produces a rent of €1.9 million, though the new owner is likely to seek a rent increase.

A British company involved in the leisure business is to pay close to €20 million for the largest and most(...)

Cineworld in Parnell Street: it opened as the Virgin Cinema in 1998, then traded as UGC and then as Cineworld. In 2002 seven more screens were added along with a new foyer and bar

Ireland’s largest cinema complex, Cineworld, in Parnell Street, Dublin 1, is to be offered for sale as an investment on the Irish and European markets(...)