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Central Bank confirms move to former proposed Anglo HQ

The Central Bank of Ireland has confirmed that it has purchased and will move to the incomplete office block in Dublin's docklands that was once intended as a new headquarters for Anglo Irish Bank.

14th November, 2012
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The site has become perhaps the best known single landmark of Ireland's property crash.

The Central Bank of Ireland has confirmed that it has purchased and will move to the incomplete office block in Dublin's docklands that was once intended as a new headquarters for Anglo Irish Bank.

The agreed purchase price for the building is €7 million, the Central Bank said in a statement.

The bank said that it had signed contracts with the statutory receiver of North Quay Investments Limited (in receivership) and NAMA to purchase a...

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