Belfast's iconic Titanic Quarter is one of the largest urban waterfront regeneration projects in Europe.
Located on 185 acres of former shipbuilding land, the £1bn development consists of financial services, film studios,  science park, college campus, residential apartments, retail units, hotels and entertainment options and historic maritime monuments. Anchoring the vast space is the Titanic Belfast museum, crowned the World's Leading Tourist Attraction.

Belfast is a different city.... Former industrial sites are reborn.
Visitors come from all over.... This island is now chic!
— Barack Obama


Known internationally, this project is Northern Ireland's most important regeneration opportunity. 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 and tourism spaces with full planning permission for an additional 3 million sq.ft. (280,000sq.m.) in Phase 2. 

Garden design and tree planting was executed by Rose Parker Bowles and Les Pearce, curator at the world-famous Westonbirt Arboretum. The result is an environment which is visually rewarding; it stimulates those who work in or visit the park, and reassures them that the artistic spirits were catered for in addition to the economic one.


  • Titanic Belfast Visitor Attraction
  • Catalyst Science Park
  • Belfast Metropolitan College
  • 475 Riverside Apartments
  • Two Boutique Hotels
  • Public Records Office Northern Ireland
  • HBO Film & Television Studios
  • Retail and Leisure Amenities
  • CitiGroup Financial Services Centre
  • Refurbished Heritage Assets
  • World-Class Telecommunications
Cross city transportation in 20 minutes via the Park West train station

The Home of Titanic

Titanic Quarter is the birthplace of Titanic, a prestigious historic address populated with monuments to Belfast’s maritime heritage.

Adjacent to Titanic Belfast - the world's largest Titanic attraction, are the Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices, now a boutique hotel, where the luxury liner first came to life. Explore the cavernous Thompson Dry Dock and Pump House where she was fitted out and SS Nomadic, Titanic's tender ship. 

The Titanic & Olympic Slipways have established themselves as Belfast's most sought after outdoor venue, having hosted MTV, BBC's Proms in the Park and the Giro d'Italia Big Start.

The shipbuilding and textiles industries that made Belfast one of the British empire’s wealthiest cities have gone, but their legacy endures, in particular in the “Titanic Quarter” abutting the old Harland & Wolff shipyard on the banks of the Lagan river.... the city is starting to buzz again
— Financial Times

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