Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, has enjoyed over twenty years of prosperity and is now a major European destination for business. Famous for its historic shipbuilding, the city now hosts a mixed economy with professional services, higher education, tourism and public sector employment, all contributing to the city’s local economy.
Major employers include Danske Bank, INTO Queen's University, Whelan Commercial and Thales Air Defence. Since the 1997 Good Friday Agreement, the city has also enjoyed a thriving tourist trade, which has grown in recent years following the development of the Titanic quarter. Superb transport links are provided by the city’s two International Airports, the motorway network and a frequent ferry service which links Belfast to the UK Mainland. Located in a corner building in the heart of town, our Belfast Cathedral Quarter offices are ideal for those seeking office space in the centre of Belfast.
Alternatively, why not consider our recently developed Forsyth House Centre, which offers modern purpose built office facilities with close proximity to the major business district of Belfast.
As well as serviced office space, our business centres in Belfast can also offer bookable virtual office for your business, taking advantage of call answering and mail forwarding, provided by our main reception.