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This week’s vital property news: One Spencer Dock sells for €242 million

Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.

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The Big Movers

A Dublin office building has sold for €242 million in Ireland’s largest office investment

One Spencer Dock has been sold to AGC Equity Partners Limited for €242 million, making it the largest office investment in Ireland.

Apple’s massive new Galway data centre has been approved 

An Bord Pleanála has approved the plans for a new €850 million data centre near Athenry, Co Galway. The data centre is one of the company’s first sites outside the US.

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Want to take a peek inside a $455 million home (approximately €403 million), the most expensive property in the world?

It’s in Cannes, France and is known as the Palais Bulles, or Bubble Palace and belongs to fashion designer Pierre Cardin. It was designed by Antti Lovag between 1975 and 1989 .

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And Finally…

The plans for almost 400 homes and apartments near St Anne’s Park in Dublin have been amended due to concerns that they have the potential to create areas of anti-social behaviour, according to a report in the Irish Times.

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

Also: What else could I get for… around €500,000

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