Titanic Quarter

Titanic Quarter is the heart of Belfast’s Innovation District and home to over 100 national and international businesses including Citi, Amazon, HBO, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Belfast Met and Queen's University.

Titanic Quarter is a regeneration development that goes beyond functionality; a place that enhances the wellbeing of the people who live, work, visit and stay here, and a sustainable and safe environment for future generations.

Over £610 million has already been invested.

Some 20,000 use Titanic Quarter daily, which is now attracting over 3.5 million visitors every year. It is home to major TV and film productions, cutting edge R&D, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction and one of Belfast’s most desirable residential waterfront developments.

Titanic Quarter has already contributed £726million GVA and hasn’t even reached the half-way point of development.

£104million of social value has been generated through work, health and wellbeing, apprenticeships and volunteering.

There are ambitious plans for Titanic Quarter with capital investment reaching £2billion – by 2035 the residential population will increase from 1,000 to over 8,800 and visitor numbers to over 5.6million per year through a further 2,500 homes for all, and over 1.2 million sq ft of new employment, leisure and retail space.

20,000 people live, work, visit and stay in Titanic Quarter daily
Over 3.6 million people visit Titanic Quarter each year
Titanic Studios, where Emmy-Award winning Game of Thrones was filmed
£610 million of investment completed to date
1.5 million sq ft completed for mix of office, leisure & residential. 3 million sq ft with planning approval
Europe’s fastest direct fibre-optic links to North America
Titanic Belfast – has now welcomed 6.5 million visitors from over 145 countries since opening in 2012 and was named 'Worlds Leading Tourist Attraction' in 2016
Entertainment facilities include SSE Arena, Odyssey Pavilion and Vertigo Indoor Skydiving, Inflatapark and Ninja Warrior Course
Over 100 national and international organisations including Citi, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, HBO, Amazon, Belfast Metropolitan College, Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast are already established in Titanic Quarter
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