Titanic by name, Titanic by nature, Belfast’s Titanic Quarter is one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects. Master-planned over 185 acres on the site where RMS Titanic was designed and built, Titanic Quarter is redefining what it means to work, live, play and stay in central Belfast. We can help you build your future among the inspiring legacy of Belfast’s maritime and industrial past.
Reflecting the achievements of history with the latest design approaches, Titanic Quarter’s futuristic mix of residential, commercial, tourism, education and retail space has provided Belfast with a new urban quarter.
In the past decade much has been achieved - Titanic Quarter has gone from a master plan to reality as a thriving and bustling destination. £358million has already been invested. Some 18,000 people live, work and study in Titanic Quarter, which is now attracting over 1 million visitors every year.
Fostering Titanic Quarter's community, along with its sense of place and purpose, is as critical to its long-term success as developing some of the most sophisticated and sustainable regeneration projects in Europe.
Investing in Northern Ireland
English speaking, direct access to EU markets and a business day which overlaps with both Asia and with North America and Asia are just some of the attractions Northern Ireland has to offer.
Investors in Titanic Quarter also benefit from the UK’s pro-business regulatory framework and one of Europe’s lowest corporation tax levels (falling to at least 22% in 2014).
Our globalised economy is home to 700 foreign investors, availing of a plentiful supply of high calibre workers, two world class Universities, one of Europe’s most advanced comms infrastructures and a highly competitive cost base.
Generous Government support, tailored to meet specific financial, training or R&D needs, is also available.
Living in Northern Ireland
Investing in a new location is more than a decision to invest in a bespoke property. The best businesses attract the best people – people who want a lifestyle which matches the quality of their professional experience.
Belfast and Northern Ireland don’t disappoint. Lonely Planet and Fodors have named Belfast as one of the world’s must see destinations. The city's Titanic heritage, top-class restaurants, hotels and shopping – not to mention stunning mountains and coastline just a short drive away - are all part of the appeal. A vibrant arts and cultural sector exists with additional infrastructure added with the Lyric Theatre redevelopment and the Metropolitan Arts Centre (MAC).
Titanic Quarter itself will be home to a range of leisure activities. It's also a short walk from both of Northern Ireland's leaading entertainment venues - the SSE Arena and Waterfront Hall - which regularly host the globe's biggest acts.
Given it's scale, Titanic Quarter has the ability to reflect the diversity and complexity of modern urban life in its entirety.