Belfast Harbour has submitted a planning application to Belfast City Council for a nearly 300 build-to-rent apartments in the latest phase of its City Quays development.
City Quays includes commercial offices, retail and multi-storey car parking, as well as the AC Hotel by Marriott.
Now, Belfast Harbour wants to build 256 new energy-efficient apartments on a vacant site next to the River Lagan, between the M3 bridge and the AC Hotel by Marriott.
The proposals include a mix of studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as amenity spaces.
Following a public consultation in October, an application for the development has now been submitted to Belfast City Council’s planning department and, if planning permission is granted, work is expected to start in 2024.
The new apartments are for rent-only purposes and will be professionally managed.
Source: Belfast Telegraph