List of tallest buildings and structures in Belfast
highest in its category
- Obeli Tower, at 86 meters, is the highest structure in Managed Office Spaces Belfast (282 ft.).
- The Black Mountain TV mast, which rises 228.6 meters, is the highest building in Belfast (750 ft.).
- The Harland and Wolf shipyard gantry crane Samson is the highest free-standing and occupied structure at 106 meters (348 ft.).
- The chimney of Belfast City Hospital is the highest at 95 meters (312 fit).
- At 80 metros, Belfast (St. Anne’s) Cathedral is the highest church (262 ft.).
- The Albert Memorial Clock, at 34.4m, is the tallest clock (113 feet).
Belfast’s tallest structures
Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter
Belfast, Northern Ireland’s Cathedral Managed Office Spaces Belfast is a growing neighborhood that is approximately located between Royal Avenue, which is close to the location of the Belfast Central Library building, and the Dunbar Link in the heart of the city. The Cathedral Quarter
is located south and east of one of its corners, which is the intersection of Royal Avenue, Donegall Street, and York Street.
cantered on Talbot Street. The “Little Italy” neighborhood, center on Little Patrick Street and Nelson Street, was on the other side of Great Patrick Street.
The Cathedral Quarter stretches past what can be considered the city’s former business district. past the intersection with the merchant area
The designation of the area as a cultural Managed Office Spaces Belfast quarter was largely made possible by the region’s recent, considerable expansion of organizations
with a focus on the arts and culture.
well-known as they are. Examples include Belfast Group Television, Northern Visions TV, The Safehouse Arts Gallery, Belfast Print Workshop, and the tiny Belfast Zen Meditation community, which has its headquarters at Black Mountain Zen Center.
chambers in the Cathedral Buildings, across Managed Office Spaces Belfast from St.
There is a clear literary tradition in the region. The Northern Whig had its offices on the intersection of Waring Street and Bridge Street, just across from the Assembly Rooms, and was a
well-known satirical journal in the 19th century (quite similar to Punch).
Vacuum, which has offices there. The Belfast Central Library building and the Belfast Telegraph’s corporate offices are both relatively near to Cathedral Quarter. The Belfast offices of The Sunday World are located at Commercial Court in the Cathedral Quarter.
Belfast poet John Hewitt
In often changing
exhibits, the John Hewitt houses notable and intriguing works of art and pictures, sometimes with political themes and frequently with the art being for sale.
for public speakers. At that time, inhabitants of the city frequently engaged in the art of spirited and impromptu discussion on any given topic, much like Speakers’ Corner in London. Today, in the site’s rebirth as Custom House
Square, events can range greatly, from larger-scale music concerts to more pedestrian and family-oriented performances and activities. D.J.
- a Black Box
- The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival Belfast Film Festival The Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast Community Circus School Craft Northern Ireland
of many cultural and community organizations in and around the area.
a month at the Community Arts Forum next to the cathedral.
Even now, concerts are often held in the day and at night in the church itself. The cathedral’s services typically feature singing by the choir and organ performances by the in-house
to be of a high caliber and are in their late teens and early twenties. Their goal is to perform on and create radio and commercial records. Any religion, or no faith, is welcome to
On November 4, 2008, a memorial
service for the War Memorial’s rededication featured Prince Michael of Kent as Guest of Honor.
The Lady of Burma, a monologue drama on Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, was a hit at the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival in 2008 and did well critically.
The Emer Gallery, a Belfast gallery located close to Belfast’s northern border in the Covehill area, moved into the former Northern Bank building in late 2008. J. B. This display illustrated the
building’s usefulness as a gallery space.
On Warehouse Lane, there is a Michelin-starred restaurant called The Muddlers Club
‘Managed Workspace’ plan, in which artists are encouraged to
occupy workshop space owned and renovated by Lagan side, was one of the projects that the Lagans ide Corporation funded. The first such
project was the renovation of Cotton Court, a former cotton warehouse, in 2002. There are more managed workspaces at 9-13 Royal Avenue and 23-25 Donegall Street. The term Cathedral Quarter was given
The council started a street beautification initiative in 2003 that included installing new paving stones in Hill Street and Talbot Street and concluded with the unveiling of
the contest for architecture
The Northern Ireland Arts Council and Managed Office Spaces Belfast Old
Museum Arts Centre arts organization announced plans to build a specialized arts facility for the city on the site
of the Talbot Street parking lot in 2006.
center received considerable high-profile publicity, thanks in part to Meryl Streep, a Hollywood actress.
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