Tuesday May 26, 2020

Crosbie’s ‘garden shed’ kiosks in docklands at centre of legal row

Dispute has allegedly caused ‘considerable disruption’ to plans to sell €14 million car park

10th March, 2019
Harry Crosbie

A legal row with businessman Harry Crosbie over a lease for two “garden shed”-sized kiosks, selling refreshments and flowers, has allegedly caused “considerable disruption” to plans to sell a €14 million car park in the docklands, according to High Court filings.

Fastwell Limited, a Crosbie family company, is suing landlord Calibrate Real Estate challenging the termination of the lease deal for the kiosks at Grand Canal Square last November.


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