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Gateway Retail Park Development

(before and after) We are very excited to announce that we have just completed stage 1 works to our existing car park as part of the Phase 2 development at Gateway Retail Park.

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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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Eason puts flagship O’Connell Street shop on market at €24.5m

Eason has put its flagship shop on O’Connell Street in Dublin on the market at more than €24.5 million through agent Bannon. It is being sold with a 25-year lease to Eason Ltd at an initial rent of €1,341,500 a year which breaks back at €231.42 per square metre (€21.50 per square foot). Given the […]

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Over 300,000 jobs linked to Foreign Direct Investment in Ireland in 2017

Foreign Direct Investment in Ireland 2017, a thematic publication exploring the impact of FDI and globalisation, shows over 300,000 jobs are directly linked to foreign investment into Ireland. Despite a decrease of €54bn in the stock of Foreign Direct Investment into Ireland between 2016 and 2017, at €744bn (253% of GDP) investment still remains high […]

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Residential property prices rise by 3.1% in the year to April

Residential property prices increased by 3.1% nationally in the year to April. This compares with an increase of 3.8% in the year to March and an increase of 13.3% in the twelve months to April 2018. In Dublin, residential property prices rose by 0.5% in the year to April, with no change in house prices […]