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.

The Area

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An aerial view — A 12 acre area targeted for regeneration

Future Vision

What's Going On?

Having listened to your feedback and responses, we have amended our vision of the future. The amendments are as follows;

  • Re-imagining of North Street Arcade with space designed for independent retailers.
  • Grade A offices located on the corner of Rosemary Street and North Street has now been reduced to 10 storeys.
  • Green spaces, courtyards and residential spaces.
  • Ground floor retail spaces.
  • Further retention of the historic streetscape of North Street and Donegall Street.
  • The 27 storey tower on Rosemary Street has been reduced to 10 storeys.
  • Additional Heritage Building Fabric retained.
  • Removal of the 800+ space basement carpark.
  • Additional residential living c.360 units across the site.
  • More public spaces in the form of a new ‘Assembly Square’.
  • Pedestrianisation of North Street.
  • A re-imagined and improved Writer’s Square adjacent to Donegall Street which remains open to traffic.

What are we Keeping

North Street

  • 11 North Street, Braddells - Listed Building
  • 13-15 North Street - (Faience Building) Retained Frontage
  • 17-23 North Street - (Portland Stone Building) Retained Frontage
  • 25-29 North Street - (St Anne’s Buildings) Retained Frontage
  • North Street Arcade - North Street Frontage

North Street — Proposed Elevations

Donegall Street

  • North Street Arcade - Donegall Street Frontage
  • 22-24 Donegall Street - Retained Frontage
  • G16-18 Donegall Street - Retained Frontage

Donegall Street — Proposed Elevations

Public Squares, Residential and Retail

27 storey tower on Rosemary Street reduced to 10 storeys

Proposed open public spaces:Assembly Square & a re-invigorated Writer’s Square

Proposed open public spaces:Assembly Square & a re-invigorated Writer’s Square

New pedestrianised routes through from North Street to Donegall Street

North Street Arcade

Purposed interior

Current interior

Current enterances

Proposed section

Proposed section

Development Team : Castlebrooke Investments

Neil Young

Chief Executive

Jonathan Mitchell

Director

Stephen Morgan

Director

Estelle Hunt

Director

James Moores

Director

www.castlebrookeinv.co.uk

Partnerships

The Facts and Figures

Public Sector Revenues


£310,000

Additional per annum from domestic rates

£3.89m

Additional per annum from business rates

£60m

*Net present value (NPV) of cumulative additional income over 20 years

Permanent Jobs


3,840

Permanent jobs on-site

4,720

Permanent net additional jobs (direct and indirect).

1,790

Would be permanent net additional jobs for residents of Belfast City Council

Construction Jobs


210

positions for workers on average per year over 5 years and an additional 140 jobs in the supply chain per year over 5 years.

Gross Value Added


£250m

per annum estimated additional GVA

Economic benefit summary


The proposed development will provide a significant number of new job opportunities. These include direct (on-site) and indirect (off site jobs), permanent jobs provided once the operational phase has begun and temporary jobs created during the construction period.

So, What’s the Story?

Tribeca Belfast is a £500m urban regeneration scheme on a 12 acre site located beside St Anne’s Cathedral bounded by Royal Avenue, Donegall Street, Lower Garfield Street and Rosemary Street.


A newly appointed team from world class Architects Squire & Partners has worked alongside conservation architects from Belfast based Consarc Design Group on the amendments.

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Tribeca Belfast

2019

The Open Championship

2017

Titanic Hotel Opens

2014

The Giro D'Italia

2013

National Bank Reopens as pub/resturant

2012

Titanic Museum Constructed

2011

Odyessy Arena Constructed

2008

Rihanna visits North Street chip shop for video shoot for "We Found Love"

2006

Victoria Square Constructed

2001

Titanic Quarter Redevelopment

2000

Odyessy Arena Constructed

1999

St George's Market Refurbished

1998

Good Friday Agreement

1997

Waterfront Hall Constructed

1994

Paramilitary Ceasefires

1988

CastleCourt Constructed

1978

Barnbrack releases 'Mickey Marley's Roundabout'

1978

The Undertones release Teenage Kicks

1976

Central Station opened

1974

Goliath Constructed

1968

Samson Constructed

1959

Transport House Constructed

1941

Belfast Blitz

1930

North Street Arcade Constructed

1911

Titanic is Launched

1906

City Hall Constructed

1904

Mechanical Tram Network opened

1895

Grand Opera House Constructed

1893

National Bank Constructed

1888

Belfast Gains City Status

1872

Horse drawn tram network opened

1869

Albert Clock Constructed

1857

Ulster Bank HQ Constructed (The Merchant)

1842

Belfast is made a borough

1839

Belfast to Lisburn railway built

1823

Belfast gains gas lighting

1792

First Boat built in Belfast (The Hibernia)

1785

Bank Buildings Constructed