The area is currently home to 100 firms and more than 18,000 people live and work there. The quarter also houses film studios, a science park and Titanic Belfast

The company behind Titanic Quarter in Belfast saw losses widen last year due to “challenging” market conditions but said it was optimistic about the f(...)

Work on Olympic House is expected to begin  in the autumn and is forecast to take 18 months to complete.

A new £26.5 million (€30.3 million) office development for Belfast’s Titanic Quarter has been announced. Olympic House, a 148,000sq ft development, w(...)

Titanic Belfast has welcomed more than three million visitors since opening in 2012.

The company responsible for Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, which is home to Northern Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction, reported losses of £333,1(...)

Ten Square Hotel in Belfast: The city’s council has approved an extension to the current hotel along with plans for a new 179-bedroom hotel in Hope Street

Belfast City Council has agreed to back two further new hotel projects for the city centre bringing the number of multi-million pound hotel investment(...)

David Gavaghan: chief executive of Titanic Quarter since June 2012

Titanic Quarter, the company responsible for Belfast’s most important waterfront development, is to restructure its operations and has already remove(...)

Ireland’s Stephen Roche on his way to winning the Giro d’Italia in 1987

The marketing push ahead of Ireland’s Grande Partenza or “Big Start” to the Giro d’Italia 2014 has begun, and sports marketing firm Shadetree Sports i(...)

A computer generated image of the proposed new Titanic Quarter offices. Subject to planning permission it is anticipated that the building will open in autumn 2015, accommodating a further 2,000 workers in the area.

Titanic Quarter Limited has lodged a full planning application for major new offices which are portrayed as the “largest new commercial development” p(...)