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This week’s vital property news: Up to 4,000 new student units to be built in Dublin, Cork and Galway

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

DNG Sale Agreed2 Source: Daft

EVERY WEEK, WE bring you all the news you need to know about the property market.

The Big Movers

Student accommodation company Ziggernaut is coming to Ireland 

UK student accommodation company Ziggernaut plans to build up to 4,000 new student units in Dublin, Cork and Galway as part of a €400 million investment plan.

Arnotts will be getting a makeover in 2018 after new owners come on board

Arnotts’ new owners, the Selfridge Group, are planning a dramatic change for the face of the building, reverting to how it originally looked, according to an article in the Irish Independent.

Under Construction

Source: Daft.ie

Des Res

As rents and house prices continue to soar, there’s some concern over finding affordable accommodation around Ireland. But while this is a bad thing, it could lead to some creative living solutions. Take a peek in this ‘co-living’ space in San Francisco, which is like a ‘dorm for adults’ and see if that catches your fancy. Maybe it’s the new way to live.

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All images: Business Insider

And Finally…

Paddy McKillen Jr’s Dublin Dock hotel has come up against a setback as planners have objected to the proposal to add an additional five storeys to the original warehouse, according to a report by the Irish Independent.

Read: IMF says Ireland needs more property taxes

Also: Fancy a dip? This West Cork home comes with its own indoor pool

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