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£32 million Olympic House now ready for tenants

Published on 19 October 2022

One of the largest office buildings ever constructed in Belfast is now ready for prospective occupiers.

The £32 million Olympic House, a co-development between Belfast Harbour and Titanic Quarter Ltd, brings 146,000 sq ft of grade A office space to the city's innovation district, which is already home to more than 100 national and international businesses including Citi, Amazon, Artemis, HBO and IBM.

Located next to the Public Record Office building and Belfast Metropolitan College, the innovative structure consists of two linked blocks of six and seven storeys and is seen as setting the benchmark for sustainability, epitomising the future of workspace in Belfast.

Olympic House has also achieved the highly sought after BREEAM 'Excellent' sustainability accreditation and an EPC ‘A’ rating, and features rainwater harvesting and recycling, touchless smart access throughout, PV panels and is powered by green electric.

James Eyre, commercial director at Titanic Quarter Ltd, said: “We have been pioneering sustainable development for over a decade with more than half a million sq ft of LEED Gold and BREEAM Excellent buildings now completed.

“Olympic House has sustainability at its heart as we strive to build a better future for Belfast. Industry best practice has seen the building achieve one of the highest standards of sustainability accreditations – an absolute must for any new workplace.

“Every aspect of the high quality design and sustainability credentials of Olympic House have been meticulously implemented by our design and construction teams in the delivery of this exceptional grade A office development.”

He added: “Whether it’s a local, indigenous firm in the market for a new office or an FDI company entering the Northern Ireland market for the first time, Olympic House is a fantastic choice, right in the centre of Belfast’s Innovation District - perfectly positioned on central Belfast’s iconic waterfront.”

Graeme Johnston, property and place director at Belfast Harbour said: “Our‘Port for Everyone’ vision is to develop an iconic waterfront for the city, working with partners to create a vibrant space that all communities can enjoy, and making the Harbour Estate an attractive place to live, work, visit and invest.

“Olympic House is one of a series of joint initiatives between Belfast Harbour and Titanic Quarter Ltd designed to accelerate that shared strategic vision.

“The addition of high quality, sustainable offices at Olympic House, which will become the base for dynamic, innovative employers, also aligns with Belfast Harbour’s ambitions to invest in significant projects that ensure the Port and Harbour Estate continues to be a key economic hub for this region.”

Source: Irish News