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Investors follow footfall into retail parks as high street shuts up shop

Covid-19 has flipped the performance of retail assets on their head. The previously-held view was that the prime to tertiary hierarchy was – city high street, major town centre, retail park, grocery retail and local necessity centres. However, in terms of demand and performance from the occupiers on the ground, this traditional hierarchy has now […]


Elf on the Shelf

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Bannon!

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Boojum is now open in Blanchardstown Centre

Another great brand coming to Blanchardstown Centre. The addition of Boojum will bring a boost to the F&B offering of the centre and the catchment. It was great working with Sharon Walsh, Andrew McPhail and Gareth Shiells on the letting with discussions commencing pre-Covid and taking a few twists and turns before agreeing this super […]

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Winter Maintenance – Case Study

  Background The Property Management team at Bannon currently manage over 70 commercial sites across Ireland. The portfolio is made up of Shopping Centres, Retail Parks, Business Parks and Office Parks. In recent years there has been an unquestionable shift in weather patterns, and this is particularly noticeable in the colder winter months. One such […]

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Neil Bannon on the Future of Dublin Retail

Neil Bannon is a leading expert on retail property in Dublin. In the upcoming December 2021 issue of the Dublin Economic Monitor, Neil provides his thoughts on the future of the Capital’s retail core. In advance of the publication, the below video gives a snapshot of Neil’s views on Dublin’s retail sector and the outlook […]

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50 City Quay

  With works now complete, we are pleased to welcome Greenlight Reinsurance as the first occupier of #50CityQuay, the latest company to join the #WindmillQTR. With two further floors currently reserved, we have one ‘own door’ office floor available to lease (1,313sq.ft). Please contact Lucy Connolly or Ros Tierney for further information on 01 647 […]