Nama eager to salvage some return from Crosbie empire

It was one of the most ambitious developments of the Celtic tiger years. But for Harry Crosbie' Point Village scheme, the music has abruptly stopped, writes Philip Connolly.

27th April, 2013
The Point Village: much of the site is unfinished and will require significant investment. Photo: Tony O'Shea

It was one of the most ambitious developments of the Celtic tiger years - an €850 million plan to transform what was the Point Theatre into a docklands village complete with offices, hotels and a skyscraper. But for Harry Crosbie and his Point Village scheme, the music has now abruptly stopped.

Earlier this month, the National Asset Management Agency seized the Point Village, Crosbie's share of the O2 and the Grand Canal Theatre, calling time...

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