Architecture & Regeneration
TITANIC QUARTER, BELFAST
Known internationally, Titanic Quarter is Northern Ireland's most important regeneration project. Located in the world-famous birthplace of Titanic and home to the Game of Thrones television production, Titanic Quarter is a vibrant, mixed-use scheme with over 1.5 million sq.ft. (140,000 sq.m.) of completed offices, residential, retail, film and tourism spaces, anchored by the iconic Titanic Belfast visitor attraction. Click here for more >>
STANLEY DOCK, LIVERPOOL
Regeneration of 1.8 million sq.ft (167,000 sq.m.) of Liverpool's historic docks, including the mighty Tobacco Warehouse - the largest brick building in the world. Completed elements include the critically-acclaimed Titanic Hotel Liverpool and Rum Warehouse. Click for more >>
ROYAL HASLAR, ENGLAND
Built in 1753, the former naval hospital is one of Britain’s key heritage sites. Nestled on the south coast, surrounded by miles of beautiful waterfront, the landmark development comprises 530 residential properties, a 78-room boutique hotel and 50,000 sq.ft. of business space. Click here for more >>
Bellingham is the northernmost city in the Continental United States positioned between Seattle and Vancouver. The redevelopment of Bellingham Waterfront is now underway on more than 100 acres of former industrial land. The site is being transformed into a mixed-use space with public art initiatives and community access to the bay.
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LIBERTY WHARF, JERSEY
Liberty Wharf is a waterfront regeneration project in St Helier, Jersey’s capital, comprising a new tourist information centre, public transportation centre, 100,000 sq.ft of offices, 63-bed apart-hotel and 60,000 sq.ft of retail development. Click here for more>>
Notable residential developments - over the years Harcourt has completed numerous new-build and architectural restoration projects throughout London. Click on one of the images above for further information.