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This week's essential property news: Waterford City set for €280 million cash injection

And one of Dublin’s most iconic buildings opens its doors.

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A €280m Saudi-backed development could make Waterford ‘Ireland’s top regional city’

A Saudi Arabian investment group is believed to have committed to two developments in Waterford City that will cost nearly €300 million. The Fawaz Alhokair Group is reportedly in talks with Waterford County Council about the deal.

Ghost estates are rapidly disappearing in Ireland

In 2010 Ireland had nearly 3,000 unfinished developments. Today that number is 420. The ghost estates which epitomised Ireland’s property and economic crash are now “largely gone” says junior Housing Minister Damien English.

One of Dublin’s most iconic buildings is taking a trip down memory lane

Custom House Visitor Centre is once again open to members of the public. The re-opening of the centre last Thursday is part of a longer term project to provide public access to one of Dublin’s most iconic buildings.

CLONTARF BRIDGE IN CORK CITY REF-101760 Source: infomatique

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Des Res

This week, Selena Gomez grabbed headlines when she opened up about being bullied during her time at Disney. Here, she takes us through her beautifully simple one-bedroom home in California, complete with outdoor hot tub.

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