For size, scale and location, One Grosvenor Gate is the one.

284,012 sqft (NIA) of commercial space adjacent to Weaver’s Cross, the largest transport hub in Ireland.

Two build options allow you to match your opportunity with bespoke working space. Build Option 1 fills the site with a single, statement building, while Build Option 2 includes a phased approach, with plans for a meanwhile pocket park.

Both Build Options have a permanent landscaped streetscape that shares a look and feel with the transport hub.

Sustainable design with natural ventilation and light.

Full planning permission granted.

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One Grosvenor Gate is built on
a foundation of flexibility.

Depending on what your business needs are,
there’s a build option here for you.

Situated at the mouth of a key arterial route through
Belfast city adjacent to what will soon become the
busiest public transport hub in the country,
One Grosvenor Gate is a key pillar in the next and
most groundbreaking phase in Belfast’s evolution.

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One Grosvenor Gate will be
constructed on a rare island
site in the city centre.

In addition to incredible views across the city,
floor to ceiling glazing and specially designed
ventilation maximises solar gain and improves
air quality throughout.

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A statement build –
One single building

In this option we build everything at once.
One generous, light filled 226,823 sqft (NIA) of working
space in a prime city centre location. One continuous
floorspace. One connected, perfected statement building.


Phase 1

First build – OGG1 and Pocket Park.

Phase 1 of Build Option 2 is a generous 166,026 sqft
(NIA) of bright, airy working space across 14 floors,
complemented by a fully landscaped pocket park.

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Phase 2

Two separate buildings – OGG1 and OGG2.

Planning permission is secured to build on the pocket park, offering a
separate 54,530 sqft (NIA) of stunning working space across 8 floors in
OGG2. The landscaped plaza at the Junction of Grosvenor Road and
Stanley Street will remain and is styled as an extension of the public
realm within the Weaver’s Cross transport hub.

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We all know location is everything. One Grosvenor Gate is just opposite Weaver’s Cross, the largest transport hub in Ireland and within walking distance to many of Belfast’s most celebrated businesses. When it comes to finding a location right at the heart of the future of a sustainable city centre, this is The One.

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One Grosvenor Gate has a well connected neighbour. The Weaver’s Cross Belfast Transport Hub will include a number of significant improvements designed to enhance all transport options. This will include a fully integrated bus and rail concourse with the capacity to accommodate increased passenger growth and improve customer experience.

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With two airports, connections to major road networks and of course our neighbours at Weaver’s Cross, for a gateway to a globally connected Belfast, this is the one.

Weaver Cross
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Sustainability is about being
environmentally responsible but also
about future proofing a building.

One Grosvenor Gate has an embedded passive energy
and sustainable ethos. In practice this means a clear
objective to achieve a BREEAM excellent rating.


With tall ceilings, a well insulated facade and exposed mass, mechanical air conditioning will be reduced to a minimum. Thermal mass will absorb heat generated from computers, lighting and people. A responsive facade will optimise the performance of the building’s envelope.


Connected floorplates bring natural daylight into the heart of the building. There will also be storage for 260 cycles and shower facilities to make it easier for people to achieve a fully green commute to work.


Three airports within 90 minutes of the city centre with direct flight to over 180 destinations in 40 countries on four continents.

Belfast is ranked 3rd globally for human capital and lifestyle amongst small and mid-sized cities.
(fDi Intelligence, 2018)

Northern Ireland has a unique position as the only region in the United Kingdom with a land border to the EU.

100 gigabyte per second telecoms link between Northern Ireland, Europe and North America.


Over 5,000 graduate annually with business degrees from Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University.

1st in the UK for entrepreneurial impact. Queen’s University Belfast is a member of the Russell Group of 24 leading UK research-intensive universities.

Ulster University is ranked in the world’s top 150 young Universities. Ulster University’s Legal Innovation Centre is the first of its kind in the UK.

43% of Belfast’s population are aged 30 or younger.


Salaries are lower in Northern Ireland than the UK average. Typical salaries for a 130 person shared services centre in the region are around: 58% less than New York, 38% less than London and 26% less than Dublin. (Source: fDi Benchmark January 2020 for shared services centre)

19% Corporation tax; 2nd lowest in Western Europe.

Shared service centres in Belfast cost almost 60% lower than New York and London and 31% lower than Dublin.(Based on 130 person shared service centre including salary, property and telecoms costs. Source: fDi Benchmark, January 2020).

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Northern Ireland is the world’s top region for FS technology inward investment. (Source: fDi Markets FT 2020) 2003-2020

Belfast is Europe’s leading FDI destination for new software development. (Source: fDi Markets FT 2020) 2003 – 2020

Northern Ireland is the #1 international investment location for US cybersecurity firms. (fDi Markets FT 2020) 2014-2020

Over 1,100 international investors and a multitude of investors from the rest of the UK have chosen to locate in Northern Ireland.

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