Cranes over Dublin in 2007: large scale construction activity is expected in 2016. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

What would you like to see happening in the commercial property market next year? Very simply, supply the space the economy requires. Key cities in ke(...)

Mark Fitzgerald: redhead in New York

Foxy Project Arts Centre, Dublin *** Is there ever such a thing as the lighter side of prejudice? Or does any marginalisation, from playgro(...)

Mark FitzGerald in the early days of Sherry Fitz

Tempis fugit and all that. It may seem like no time since Mark FitzGerald shook up the Irish estate agency business with the Sherry FitzGerald brand, (...)

Along Dalkey’s narrow coastal road and up the hill towards Killiney are many modest gateways where granite pillars and high walls conceal magnificent (...)

Amy Conroy: a physical performance entirely free of parody

Luck Just Kissed You Hello Mick Lally Theatre, Galway **** The best way to describe Amy Conroy’s new play for Hot for Theatre, co-produ(...)

Mark FitzGerald: DTZ holds a 20 per cent equity stake in Sherry FitzGerald’s commercial property business  which has  proven exceptionally valuable to the Dublin company headed by Mr FitzGerald

Leading estate agents DTZ Sherry FitzGerald and Lisney have not yet indicated how they will be affected by the decision of Cushman & Wakefield and(...)

 Sherry Fitzgerald’s turnover in the 12 months to the end of December 2013 rose by 28 per cent to €20.8 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish estate agent Sherry FitzGerald returned to the black in 2013, with a pretax profit of €100,000, according to its latest set of accounts. This m(...)

Investment in residential property in Ireland was abandoned by institutional investors in the 1970s because returns were inferior to those from commercial property.  Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Investment in residential property in Ireland was abandoned by institutional investors in the 1970s because returns were inferior to those from commer(...)

New Central Bank rules for mortgage lending should be introduced on a graduated basis, Property Industry Ireland  has recommended. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

A key property industry lobby group has urged the Central Bank of Ireland to modify proposed new rules for mortgage lending. In a submissi(...)

Review: WhichEver1UFeed

Whichever1ufeed The Stables ***One of the more compelling stories squandered by the Bible is Satan’s temptation of Christ in the desert. It’s a test o(...)