Research shows a 6 per cent year-on-year dip in the volume of spend in commercial property to €5.1 billion

Some €15.8 billion was transacted across the Irish residential and commercial property markets in 2015, a rise of 6 per cent on 2014 but at a weaker y(...)

Artists’ impressions of the latest plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Dublin City Council’s plan to create a piazza in front of Bank of Ireland on College Green – effectively blocking traffic from moving through the area(...)

Aidan Gavin (left) of  DTZ Sherry FitzGerald,   former governor of Maryland  Martin O’Malley  and  Mark FitzGerald  of Sherry FitzGerald Group.

US presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley is stressing his relative youth as he prepares to challenge the perception that Hillary Clinton’s campaign (...)

Martin O’Malley, who is expected to announce his candidacy for US president shortly. Photograph: Tom Williams/Roll Call via Getty Images

Martin O’Malley, a likely contender to be the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, is due in Dublin on May 24th after cancelling a trip last mon(...)

Aidan Gavin is managing director of DTZ Sherry FitzGerald

What would you like to see happening in the commercial market in 2015? The priority for 2015 has to be construction activity in the Irish office marke(...)

TK Maxx, Eyre Square: its sale attracted considerable interest because of the high profile location and the strength of the main covenant

JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor The Galway commercial property investment market has been given a further shot in the arm with the sale of the (...)

Citypoint is located in a prime location on Eyre Square in Galway city and enjoys a strong anchor tenant and established rental income

JACK FAGAN A high-profile retail, office and residential building overlooking Eyre Square in Galway city centr(...)

From left: Peter Lynch, Aidan Gavin and Mark FitzGerald

DTZ Sherry FitzGerald has announced the appointment of Aidan Gavin as MD and Peter Lynch as chairman.Mr Gavin joined the company in 1997 and after sta(...)

A consortium headed by the wealthy Galway developers Brian and Luke Comer has bought a substantial redevelopment site fronting on to Eyre Squar(...)