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18-21 Henry Street: the shops are occupied by HMV, Vision Express, Boots, Stars & Stripes and Tiger and have an average unexpired lease term of 5.25 years

Irish Life has emerged as the top bidder for a block of five shops on Dublin’s Henry Street which form part of a mixed portfolio of commercial proper(...)

Douglas shopping centre in Cork: in receivership since July 2012

Six more Irish shopping centres are to be offered for sale in a single lot by Lloyds Banking in a further move to recover some of the development loa(...)

The joint agents are quoting €26 million for a block of  shops at 18-21 Henry Street and 6-8 GPO Arcade

Some of the most interesting retail investments to come on the market in Dublin this year including a block of five shops on Henry Street, JD Sports (...)

Boots is currently fitting out a 232sq m (2,500sq ft) shop at the Frascati Centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin

Two of the big UK multiple traders, Boots and HMV, are expanding their operations in the Irish Republic. Boots is currently fitting out a 232sq m (2,5(...)

Volkswagen has the best reputation among Irish consumers according to a new survey. Photograph: Joel Saget/AFP/GettyImages)

Volkswagen has been named the most reputable organisation in Ireland, according to a new survey, followed by SuperValu and An Post, with Google and Bo(...)

The National Asset Management Agency has confirmed the scale and identity of its first shopping cen(...)

Boots plans to open two more stores in Dublin, following its expansion in Cork. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Retail chain Boots is to expand in Ireland, opening three new stores and creating more than 20 jobs. The compan(...)

Millfield Shopping Centre in Balbriggan: Chartered accountants BDO have taken over the operation of the centre, which was developed by Parkway Properties

The three-year-old Millfield Shopping Centre in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, has been put into receivership by Nama. Chartered accountants BDO(...)

The new houses at Brickfield in Dún Laoghaire

There’s nothing new about crowded viewings of houses in Dublin of late, but it’s a different story when those crowds convert to actual sales on(...)

 Boots  Pharmacy on Grafton Street, Dublin. The first Boots store opened in Ireland in 1996. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish arm of UK pharmaceutical retail giant Boots increased its pretax profits by 14 per cent to €20.43 million last year. Accounts filed w(...)

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