What's going up

Planning permission was granted in March 2017 for the construction of 24 apartments and 33,000 sq ft of office space which has been launched as ‘SIXTYTHREE’.

Works have commenced to restore the iconic listed Garfield Building which will provide luxury apartments under the Garfield & North brand. In March 2018 the planning committee voted in favour to consent an international HQ office building of 150,000 sq ft with ground floor retail units alongside significant improvements to the public realm to provide a new street and church square.

Development

150,000 sq ft gross Headquarter Grade A office block with ground floor retail

SIXTYTHREE Royal Avenue – 33,000 sq ft gross retail and office block

New Street approaching North Street from Royal Avenue

North Street onto new Public Square

Donegall Street

150,000 sq ft gross Headquarter Grade A Office Block with ground floor retail

Church Square approaching the 150,000 sq ft gross Headquarter Grade A office block with ground floor retail

First Church approaching Church Square

Lower Garfield Street

Development Team:
Castlebrooke Investments

Neil Young

Chief Executive

Jonathan Mitchell

Director

Stephen Morgan

Director

Estelle Hunt

Director

James Moores

Director

www.castlebrookeinv.co.uk

The History of Tribeca Belfast

1600:
Goose Lane

North Street got its name because it followed on from the north gate of the town's walls from the 1600's. Before it was called North Street, it was named Goose Lane as the town's geese flocked together and were led down the street on a daily basis into the grazing fields outside the towns gates.

1750:
The fabric of Belfast

The Victorian era saw a number of textile businesses grow by the site of St Anne's Cathedral. The linen goods produced in Belfast at this time were appointed by Royalty and were exported globally due to their high-quality production.

1920:
The decade of Style

During this time, North Street was home to cities most stylish merchants. From dress makers to hat fitters and all the latest fashions. North Street truly was Belfast’s home of Style.

1930:
Living glamorously

Peppered across Tribeca Belfast, the spirit of the Art Deco movement still lives on. Since 1925 onwards, the style influenced glamour and luxury within Belfast. This is not only evident in Belfast's architecture, but also in photographic records showing individuals dressing in the finest clothes, and furnishing homes with stylish 1920's interior fittings.

Today:
International Heart, Belfast Soul

Energy and positivity run deep through this city. Great things are happening, by the young, the young at heart, the proud and the open-minded. Belfast is claiming its future with opportunity and ambition. Tribeca Belfast is a place that's destined for greatness. This will be a place where conversation lives. Over counters, across bars and on street corners and benches. A place brought alive by the people. Day and night, seven days a week.

1600
Goose Lane

1750
The Fabric
of Belfast

1920
The Decade
of Style

1930
Living
Glamorously

Today
International Heart
Belfast Soul

The History of Tribeca Belfast

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1600: Goose Lane

North street got its name because it followed on from the North Gate of the town's walls from the 1600's. Before it was called North Street, It was named Goose Lane as Town's Geese were led in their droves on a daily basis into the grazing fields outside the gates.

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1750: The Fabric of Belfast

The Victorian Era saw a number of textile businesses grow by the site of St Anne’s Cathedral. The linen goods produced in Belfast at this time were appointed by Royalty and were exported globally due to their high-quality production.

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1920: The Fabric of Belfast

During this time, North Street was home to cities most stylish merchants. From dress makers to hat fitters and all the latest fashions. North Street truly was Belfast’s home of Style.

4/5

1930: Living Glamorously

Peppered across Tribeca Belfast, the spirit of the Art Deco movement still lives on, Since 1925 onwards the style defined glamour and luxury within Belfast. This is not only shown on building facades but from the glamorous lifestyles, as individuals would dress in the finest clothes and furnish homes with pieces and the city cherished the movement of style.

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Today: International Heart, Belfast Soul

The energy, the positivity. Great things are happening, by the young, the young at heart, the proud and the open-minded.

Belfast is claiming its future with opportunity and ambition and Tribeca Belfast will be a place that’s bound for best. This will be a place where conversation lives. Over counters, bars on street corners and benches. A place brought alive by the people. Day and night, seven days a week.