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This week’s vital property news: Construction to begin on 'The Reflector' office building in Dublin

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

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The Big Movers

Construction to commence on €100 million office building in Dublin city

Park Developments Group have started construction on The Reflector, a €100 million mixed-used building in Hanover Quay, Dublin. The area is already home to large multi-nationals such as Accenture, Airbnb and Facebook.

The Central Bank building is on the market for €65-80 million

Sam Stephenson’s 1979 brutalist Central Bank on Dame Street, Dublin city centre, has been put on the market by selling agents Lisney for an estimated €65-80 million. Current bank staff will move to the new premises in the North Wall.

Under Construction

Source: Daft

Source: James Horan/RollingNews.ie

Des Res

Amy Schumer has put her Upper West Side penthouse on the market but no one wants to buy it – because it’s too small. It’s on the market for $1.625 million (approximately €1.43 million). Check it out for yourself here.

This week’s vital property news: Construction to begin on 'The Reflector' office building in Dublin
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  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

  • Amy Schumer's apartment

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And Finally…

The Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI) president, Carole Pollard, has released a statement saying the development of sustainable communities will be at risk without architectural input.

Read: UCD to spend €300 million building student residences

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