Who owns Titanic Quarter?
The co-owner of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter project has injected another £29m into the business. Dermot Desmond made the move, by way of a loan, as part of a refinancing exercise in February. Mr Desmond ultimately owns the Titanic Quarter project, in partnership with the developer, Pat Doherty.
Who owns Lough Eske?
Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Developments
The luxury hotel is part of Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Developments and the business enjoyed the sharp rise in pre-tax profits as revenues increased by 4% from €8.97 million to €9.33 million.
Who owns Harcourt Developments?
founder Pat Doherty
Harcourt Developments founder Pat Doherty, who turned 80 last month, will have picked up his share of bumps and bruises over six decades in the property game. Doherty began working for his builder uncle in Co Donegal as a 14-year-old before emigrating to London four years later.
How much did the Titanic quarter cost?
The derelict land was renamed the “Titanic Quarter” in 2001 and was earmarked for regeneration. Development rights over 185 acres was subsequently bought by Harcourt Developments at a cost of £47 million, with 23 more acres set aside for a science park.
What is the Titanic Quarter now?
Today it still stands in the same spot, now a B+ listed building, and is home to not only Titanic Quarter office space but the historic drawing offices will be restored and transformed into a boutique 4-star hotel, opening September 2017.
How many rooms does Lough Eske have?
Lough Eske Castle offers a selection of 97 magnificent 5 star rooms and suites that will make choosing accommodation in County Donegal easy.
Who built Lough Eske Castle?
Discover how the famous O’Donnell family built the castle in the late 1400s.
What companies are in Titanic Quarter?
Firms such as Citi, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Belfast Metropolitan College and Queen’s University benefit from access to Europe’s fastest direct fibre link across the Atlantic, bespoke, flexible space and a lively, inspiring waterfront location rooted in Belfast’s impressive maritime heritage.
Can u visit the Titanic?
Tourists can take a tour of the Titanic in 2021, the first time the shipwreck has been explored in 15 years. Packages to visit the submerged vessel are being sold by OceanGate Expeditions for $125,000 (£95,000) a pop.
Why is the Titanic Quarter important?
It is home to major TV and film productions, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction and one of Belfast’s most desirable residential waterfront developments. And situated in the heart of Belfast’s Innovation District, Titanic Quarter is home to over 100 national and international businesses.
When did Lough Eske hotel open?
Always a place for entertaining international guests since 1861, Lough Eske Castle remains full of warm Donegal hospitality today as it did over 150 years ago.
When was Lough Eske Castle built?
Dating back in the 1400’s, this 4 storey tower castle is rich in history and tradition. The castle was originally built in 1474 and reconstructed in the 1860’s; however, it was later destroyed by fire in 1939. The original castle has been transformed to what is now called the Solis Lough Eske Castle.