Apollo House was taken over by homelessness charity Home Sweet Home last week, and has since been providing food and warm beds to some of Ireland's more vulnerable citizens.
Today, the building waits on the result of a high court hearing, after receivers of the property have ordered the homeless people and volunteers to vacate the building, which has stood empty for almost six years.
The serving of papers came just hours after Glen Hansard, Hozier and members of Kodaline performed at the building to hundreds of people who turned out in support of the "act of civil disobedience."
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Now Aungier Danger are stepping up to show their support to the cause by creating their very own Home Sweet Home doughnut.
The batch of delicious pastries will go for €5, and all proceeds will be donated to the Home Sweet Home charity.
Apollo House faces closure as the receivers, who were appointed by NAMA, believe there are serious health and safety concerns about the Tara Street premises and that it is unfit for residential use, according to RTE.
Today the High Court will hear that there are concerns about electricity, sanitation, water and fire safety, and will decide whether or not to force the occupiers to vacate.