Construction of the first phase will generate 300 temporary jobs and, when it is operational, it will employ 100 people full-time.
A spokesperson for Apple said that the company is not commenting on the judgment at this time.
"I hope now that our public representatives will help us to develop the west coast of Ireland and to bring companies like Apple in to Athenry - and make Athenry a hub town for the whole of the west coast".
The Irish and Danish data centers are created to improve the performance of cloud services for European customers, including Siri, iMessage, iTunes, iMessage and Maps. A decision was expected to be made in July, but was delayed until October thanks to a lack of High Court judges.
Up to 2,000 residents marched through Athenry in support of the data centre development back in November 2016.
Travel division boosts WH Smith
Commenting on the results, Stephen Clarke, Group Chief Executive, said: "We have delivered a good performance across the Group. Shares in the stationary and books supplier fell 2.2% to 2,025p in early trading before recovering slightly to 2,062p.
Police searching for endangered 8-year-old after triple murder
Law enforcement agencies throughout OH are searching for a 7-year-old boy that was abducted from a crime scene in Lawrence County. As part of an ongoing investigation, The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office is now attempting to locate Devin Holston.