Sol Cafe

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Tourists at Fallon & Byrne in Dublin. It is believed Musgrave and Dunnes both have designs on the foodhalls. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Competition is hotting up between Dunnes Stores and Musgrave, which recently have been jockeying for position to acquire Irish “foodie” brands. To hav(...)

Dublin. Ever since Google first sashayed into the Irish capital in 2003, effortlessly cosmopolitan and dripping Californian chic, the State has appeared smitten

Fifteen years of marriage is a crystal wedding anniversary. Hopefully someone at Government buildings this week remembered to send an appropriate pres(...)

Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin: will produce a series of plant collections and garden accessories for Dunnes.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dunnes Stores is preparing to launch a new range of garden products in partnership with celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin. It is understood that Mr G(...)

Coffee shops and cafes represented the fastest-growing sector in food service last year. Photograph: Getty Images
Coffee bean bonanza

“I don’t take on Starbucks. They’re really nice people and really good at what they do but I don’t try to compete with them,” says Colin Harmon, award(...)

Pat Whelan, who runs James Whelan Butchers at the shop in Dunnes Stores, Swan Centre, Rathmines, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In 2015, the future appeared mapped out for Pat Whelan, who owned the Clonmel-based craft butchers chain that bears his father’s name, James Whelan. (...)

Block 4 and 5 of the Harcourt Centre are six-storey over basement offices developed in 1998 and 2001

The new selling season for offices gets under way this week with the planned disposal of two modern Dublin city centre office investments for the Clan(...)

The Royal Hibernian Way: Friends First to invest in improving offering and bringing in additional traders to coincide with Luas arrival

The Royal Hibernian Way, one of Dublin’s almost forgotten shopping malls, is to be upgraded by owners Friends First following its acquisition of the r(...)

14-18 Aston Quay, Dublin 2: the purchaser  will get a net return of around 8 per cent

An overseas investor has exchanged contracts to buy three shops, including a SuperValu store, and a fitness centre overlooking O’Connell Bridge in D(...)

14-18 Aston Quay: SuperValu, Boots and Café Sol are locked in to 25-year leases, while Crunch Fitness has a 35-year lease. photograph: dave maloney

Commercial Property Editor Three shops including a SuperValu store and a fitness centre overlooking Dublin’s O’Connell Bridge are to be offered for s(...)