The Courtyard Shopping Centre is a retail complex in County Donegal, Ireland. Located in central Letterkenny, close to the Library and Arts Centre on the Lower Main Street side and the Bank of Ireland on the Upper Main Street side, it also overlooks Pearse Street and Oliver Plunkett Street. The structure is built spirally on a slope so, if approached from the Main Street entrance, the visitor, when making their way through the complex, descends into the ground via a series of escalators.

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  • The Courtyard Shopping Centre is a retail complex in County Donegal, Ireland. Located in central Letterkenny, close to the Library and Arts Centre on the Lower Main Street side and the Bank of Ireland on the Upper Main Street side, it also overlooks Pearse Street and Oliver Plunkett Street. The structure is built spirally on a slope so, if approached from the Main Street entrance, the visitor, when making their way through the complex, descends into the ground via a series of escalators. Letterkenny's oldest Eason's bookstore and Heatons, the department store in which billionaire retail entrepreneur and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has a 50% stake, are among the outlets to be found inside. Both Eason and Heatons are situated on multiple storeys. (en)
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  • 1993-10-21 (xsd:date)
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  • "Eat for Less, Dress for Less - Go on have a Courtyard day"
  • The rear entrance of the Courtyard as viewed from the Government Offices on Oliver Plunkett Street.
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  • 3 (xsd:integer)
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  • Multi-storey
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  • The Courtyard Shopping Centre is a retail complex in County Donegal, Ireland. Located in central Letterkenny, close to the Library and Arts Centre on the Lower Main Street side and the Bank of Ireland on the Upper Main Street side, it also overlooks Pearse Street and Oliver Plunkett Street. The structure is built spirally on a slope so, if approached from the Main Street entrance, the visitor, when making their way through the complex, descends into the ground via a series of escalators. (en)
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  • Courtyard Shopping Centre (en)
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