How Jill & Gill’s fashion and flair found success in Dublin’s dead centre
Jill Deering and Gillian Henderson, founders of fashion outlet Jill & Gill moved into a vacant retail unit on St Stephen’s Green with the help of Champion Green and Aviva and experienced a 90 per cent increase in new customers
Across the country, urban centres in towns and villages have been laid to waste by the coronavirus pandemic and its associated series of lockdowns. It may look and feel apocalyptic, but Big Business is learning from this extraordinary situation and is moving to reuse empty units and revive a sense of innovation and culture back into our urban spaces.
“I walked down Grafton Street one Saturday afternoon recently,” said Anne Matthews, head of communications at...
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Apartments let to two approved housing bodies for sale in Kerry
Colliers guiding €10.75m for sale of combined lot in Tralee Town Centre, which equates to net initial yield of 4.66%
Mixed-use property in heart of D4 sells for €1.375m
Three-storey, mid-terrace Victorian at 12 Pembroke Road sold by Colliers
Residential development opportunity in Monkstown for €500,000-plus
No 20 Lanesville in the Co Dublin village comprises a single-storey cottage with a two-storey return and could be replaced with two new homes