Newry & Mourne has a long established reputation as a centre of retail excellence. The region has become one of the fastest growing in Ireland, particularly the City of Newry.

  • Buttercrane Shopping Centre
  • Quays Shopping Complex
  • Newry Market

Buttercrane Shopping Centre

The Buttercrane Shopping Centre, one of the finest in Northern Ireland, has recently completed a further major Buttercrane Shopping Centre£8m investment programme and currently has a num r of International multiple tenants including Argento, Barratts, Boots, Burton, Clarks, Dunnes Stores, Easons, Exhibit, Game, H. Samuel, Holland & Barrett, JD, Marks & Spencers New Look, Priceless Shoes, Primark, Semi-Chem, Spec Savers and Topshop. The new expansion included a multi-storey car park for 600 cars.




The Quays Shopping ComplexQuays shopping complex

The Quays encapsulates the advent of a new era of economic prosperity for Newry, the regeneration of a neglected area and an investment in the latest retail potential of the City.

The Quays integrates a unique blend of leisure and shopping facilities. It houses Sainsbury's supermarket, the first Debenhams department store to open in Newry, a ten screen Omniplex cinema, restaurants, cafes, top brand retail multiples and a number of independent retailers.

Also included in the Quays Shopping Complex is Drumalane Mill. The restoration of this historic building is home to the Ulster Weavers. Many top designers stock this store with a collection of giftware, jewellery and soft furnishings.

Other retailers include O’Neills who have been the main supplier of team kits for Ireland’s Gaelic Games and Springsteens Diner which draws its influence from America with a detailed internal décor that adds to this American dining experience.

Newry Market

The colourful variety Market is an institution and has operated for over 100 years on Thursday and Saturdays. The market is located at the Warrenpoint side of Hill Street and has a unique atmosphere.