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JYSK store opens in Drogheda Retail Park

Scandinavian furniture and homeware chain JYSK opened their second Irish store this morning at Drogheda Retail Park as people queued up to get into the new JYSK store which was officially opened at 9.00 am. Founded in Denmark in 1979, JYSK , (it’s pronounced “Yusk”), is a global retail chain with more than 2,700 stores worldwide selling everything for […]

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Intersport Elverys opens in Thurles Shopping Centre

Intersport Elverys who proudly invested in Tipperary GAA, are delighted to announce they have officially opened their new store in Thurles Shopping Centre with the widest range of GAA, running and training gear for kids and adults. Intersport Elverys, in partnership with Tipperary GAA invited fans young and old to meet the Inter County players […]

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Boots signs up for flagship Galway store in Gateway Retail Park

Boots has become the latest major retailer to sign up at the landmark Gateway Retail Park in Galway. The pharmacy-led health and beauty retailer has agreed to take a new 7,000 sq.m (75,347 sq.ft) premises at the scheme. Boots are understood to be paying a rent in excess of €35 per sq.ft per annum for […]

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New Costa Coffee store to open in Waterford Retail Park

Costa Coffee will open a brand new store in Waterford Retail Park on the Outer Ring Road this summer. The new coffee pod will take up a floor area of approximately 2,600 sq. ft and will result in a bright and spacious high-spec coffee offering with outdoor seating. It joins other big-name retailers in the […]

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Limerick One welcomes Petstop

Bannon are delighted to have secured Petstop for the former Maplin unit in Limerick One Shopping Park. At a rent of €24 per sq.ft for the 7,500 sq.ft unit, this letting further illustrates Limerick One’s regional importance as a premier retail trading destination.

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Davy fund buys majority stake in Navan Town Centre for bargain €43m

A majority stake in Navan town Centre, which was on the market in 2016 for €62 million, has just been bought for about €43 million. However, the off-market sale, which was handled by Rod Nowlan of Bannon and has just received clearance from competition authorities, did not include a residential element valued at less than €5 million […]

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Danish home retail brand to open 15 stores in Ireland

Danish global home retail brand, JYSK, will open 15 stores across Ireland in the next two years, creating more than 200 jobs. Founded in Denmark in 1979 by Lars Larsen, over the past four decades JYSK has expanded to 51 countries with more than 2,700 stores worldwide employing 23,000 people. The first Irish store will […]

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Costa Coffee pitch up on Malahide Road

Costa Coffee is the latest tenant to join the line-up at Malahide Road Retail Centre in north Dublin. Costa is trading out of a 2,000 sq.ft coffee pod that also has the use of outdoor seating. The letting comes just as the landlord, Irish Life, has resurfaced the car park and upgraded signage, lighting and […]

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Eateries line up to join Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown

Canadian restaurant chain Pita Pit and Japanese eatery Musashi are to join Krispy Kreme in trading out of a newly redeveloped block at Ireland’s largest retail and leisure destination, the Blanchardstown Centre in north Dublin. Both of the new units will extend to around 170 sq.m (1,829 sq.ft) and will include outdoor seating and dining […]

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Panda Waste owner acquires stake in north Dublin shopping centre

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake in Charlestown Shopping Centre at junction five of the M50 in north Dublin. The acquisition was made through an investment vehicle called Garristown Venture Holdings. The large-scale shopping centre and an adjoining site with […]