The Plater’s Yard development site located on Titanic Quarter’s waterfront has been offered for sale.
The prime development site is adjacent to Northern Ireland’s premier visitor attraction, Titanic Belfast, and within a 10-minute walk of Belfast’s main retail district.
Plater’s Yard is within Titanic Quarter’s Phase II Outline Planning Permission and Full Planning Permission was also granted for 2 hotels (270 bedrooms) and 152 apartment homes, along with 12 commercial units and 382 underground car parking spaces. Offers are invited for the 1.77-acre site.
James Eyre, Commercial Director, Titanic Quarter Ltd said:
“We are delighted to bring Plater’s Yard to the market. This is an excellent opportunity for developers to participate in the overall regeneration of Titanic Quarter, which has been hugely successful to date. During the past decade over £425 million has been invested in Titanic Quarter, which is now home to over 100 national and international organisations. 20,000 people work, live and study here daily, while over 1 million people visit Titanic Quarter every year.”
Graeme Johnston, Property Director, Belfast Harbour commented:
“We continue to work in close collaboration with Titanic Quarter Limited to strategically regenerate Belfast’s iconic waterfront. In the past decade the area has transformed into one of the city’s key tourism, leisure and residential destinations. Plater’s Yard planning enables a wide mix of uses and provides an excellent opportunity to participate in Belfast’s ongoing growth. The site offers excellent opportunities for those seeking to locate in one of Europe’s most significant waterfront locations.”
David Wright, Director, CBRE, the agents responsible for marketing the site, commented:
“Plater’s Yard offers a rare opportunity to acquire a waterside development site at Titanic Quarter. Just a short 10-minute walk from Belfast city centre, the site has a prime development location and presents the opportunity for a unique residential and hotel development with panoramic waterfront views.
“Plater’s Yard will be a further asset to Belfast’s business, conference, leisure, residential and heritage tourism growth.”
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