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The Point: Harry's rock n'roll Village

Concert impresario and property developer Harry Crosbie has a lot riding on the success of the ambitious Point Village, writes Ian Kehoe, Business Editor*

19th April, 2013
Harry Crosbie

* This story was originally published in The Sunday Business Post in December 2012 *

Harry Crosbie was in garrulous form in July 2008, rolling out the rhetoric about his grand plan for Dublin's docklands and Irish music.

The concert impresario had just inked a €25 million deal with the telecoms firm O2 for the naming rights for his newly renovated Point Depot, and Crosbie was brimful with optimism for his wider plans to build an €850 million village...

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