Harry Crosbie

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Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Revenue at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin last year slumped by 74 per cent to €2.753 million due to the pandemic. Accounts filed by Crownway (...)

An artist’s impression of the new Vicar Street Hotel. Source: CBRE

The Vicar Street Hotel site in the Liberties area of Dublin has gone on the market with a guide price in excess of €12 million. Harry Crosbie, owner(...)

The Point Square scheme includes 103,000sq ft of offices, 242,000 of retail space, and a six-screen cinema

The exponential growth over recent years of commercial and residential development in Dublin’s north docklands is expected to see strong interest from(...)

Cathy Jordan and other members of Dervish pictured during a sound check prior to the 2019 RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards in Vicar Street, Dublin.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Harry Crosbie’s Vicar Street venue in Dublin recorded operating profits of €739,520 before shutting down during Covid-19 restrictions. According to(...)

Harry Crosbie had been notified in July 2017 that the warehouse was being included on the council’s vacant site register. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Well-known businessman, Harry Crosbie, has successfully challenged a demand to pay a vacant site levy of €70,000 in relation to a warehouse he owns at(...)

Harry Crosbie: “I found as I was writing that my memory was opening up and I could remember in incredible detail about what happened”

Harry Crosbie is best known as the man who turned the Dublin Docklands into one of the most successful urban renewal projects in Europe. He is also kn(...)

Graphic Studio Dublin will hold an exhibition on December 12th to celebrate its 60th year.

While printmaking is almost as old as art itself, Graphic Studio Dublin celebrates its birthday this year, marking 60 years since the printmakers firs(...)

The Point Square scheme is located next to the Gibson Hotel (not included in the sale).

The ongoing boom in office and residential accommodation in Dublin’s north docklands is set to spur the interest of a wide range of international inv(...)

Businessman Harry Crosbie, who has placed the family haulage business into voluntary liquidation. Photograph Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Businessman Harry Crosbie has decided to close the family business after four generations in haulage, following a long-running dispute with Dublin Por(...)

An artist’s impression of Vicar Street South, Gorey, Co Wexford. The Market House building will have the new name in  neon and the front car-parking spaces will be removed

Entrepreneur Harry Crosbie has put together €1 million in funding for his latest music venue, Vicar Street South, in Gorey, Co Wexford. The venue is(...)

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