Harry Crosbie

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Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The company that owns the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin saw its operating profit more than treble in 2016 following a successful year for the sou(...)

The Point Village shopping centre: Dunnes was meant to be the centre’s main tenant.

Department store chain Dunnes Stores has failed in its latest bid to get the Point Village shopping centre to hand over leases agreed by other tenants(...)

The Gibson Hotel has 20 suites among its 252 bedrooms

The four-star Gibson Hotel in Dublin’s north docklands is to be offered for sale as a long-term investment for a figure expected to be in excess of €8(...)

Artist’s illustration of the proposed People’s Theatre  at Hanover Dock, Dublin

Plans for an open-air theatre on Hanover Dock have taken a dramatic twist with a previous design – which leaned heavily on rubble from the old Abbey T(...)

The remains of Robert (Pino) Harris leave The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary following his funeral in Dalkey, Dublin.Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The funeral has taken place of Robert “Pino” Harris who died unexpectedly at the age of 75. Mourners at The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed (...)

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band: despite their worldwide acclaim from 1917 until 1925 they have largely been ignored or derided in jazz history

This year marks the centenary of the issuing of the first ever jazz record. This was Victor Catalogue Number 18255 released by the Victor Talking Mach(...)

The 88m, 22-storey glass tower is set to dwarf everything around it.

Photomontages, often used artfully by developers to indicate how easily their project will slot into the surrounding landscape, cannot be deployed to (...)

Harry Crosbie: said putting his son Simon’s home in his own name to save on stamp duty was “error of judgment”. Photograph: Collins Courts

Harry Crosbie took no salary for nearly three years from his last remaining business – Vicar Street, a music venue in Dublin – but drew some €1.7 mill(...)

The Point Village: Dunnes had been due to open in the development nearly 10 years ago but did not do so after the economy collapsed. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dunnes Stores believes it should only release €15 million for the Point Village Development in Dublin after “high-class” tenants have been secured for(...)

Mount Alverno, Monte Alverno, Sorrento Road, Dalkey

Killiney Hill has long been home to a host of very fine sites with sea views, and it’s not for nothing that vast sums are regularly exchanged for prop(...)

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