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Ikea pays almost €1m an acre for Ballymun site

Swedish retailer Ikea is paying just under €1 million an acre for the 20-acre site in Ballymun in north Dublin where it is planning to open its first Irish store.

28th January, 2006

Swedish retailer Ikea is paying just under €1 million an acre for the 20-acre site in Ballymun in north Dublin where it is planning to open its first Irish store.

The sale is conditional on planning and, once completed, the building will be one of Ikea’s largest stores.

Government sources said they had no problem with Ikea’s decision to seek planning for two stores.

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