The Gallery is the first new build apartment block in Belfast City Centre in nearly a decade, and presents 58 one and two bedroom contemporary apartments designed for city living.
Located at the midpoint of the Belfast art scene, halfway between the Cathedral Quarter and the Ulster Museum, for years the Dublin Road has been a meeting point for artists. From William Conor, Paul Henry and Gerard Dillon to the poetry of Richard Rowley, who was born and raised just a few doors down. Art in all its forms played a large part in shaping this area.
The Gallery not only offers nine floor of modern, New York / Tokyo inspired living, but the public new wave of talent coming through Belfast. The 4,000 square foot ground floor space will be occupied by a bar-café with 6 metre high floor to ceiling windows, and outdoor seating area, providing a new meeting point for the artists of today.
The Gallery provides a contemporary living aesthetic accented by clean lines, reflective surfaces to maximise light with clever functional layout and design integrated services and storage.
Ideally situated in the heart of Belfast City Centre, the up and coming Dublin Road Quarter is central to all arterial routes, access to public transport and is within walking distance of award-winning restaurants and social destinations.
Presenting a new and modern concept in apartment design, The Gallery provides smart and exclusive modern styled apartments.
Sited on the buzzing Dublin Road, a few minutes' walk from the heart of Belfast City Centre, the apartments have a front door on the main street and side door access off Ventry lane with direct access for those for those with bicycles.
The stately proportions of the lobby with full height glazed sections and contemporary artwork highlight the city and the environs of the development in colour and with style.
With lift access to the eight floors of apartments, lifts are large enough for bicycles and the mezzanine level provides dedicated bicycle storage and lockers, making urban living easier for cross-city travel. Each apartment is access from a well-lit carpeted corridor with dedicated lighting at the individual apartment entrances.
The exterior is finished in high quality render and all windows and doors are made from powder-coated, double-glazed aluminium. The two-bedroom apartments on the 8th and 9th floors feature terraces with stainless steel and glass balustrades.
The contemporary door opens into each apartment where a stylish tiled floor leads to the main living space to overlook city life on the Dublin Road through the floor-to-ceiling picture window complete with integral blinds for added privacy. Integrated lighting provides a range of mood light settings.
The kitchen area with sleek lines and proportions is surrounded with a tiled splashback, gloss finished doors, built-in oven, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher, hob and washing machine-tumble dryer.
The one-bedroom apartments lend themselves well to incorporating a double bed and beside units. The rooms will have built-in sliding mirrored wardrobes and there will be an opaque glazed backdrop to the bed space providing natural light through the adjoining living space.
The bathroom is fully tiled with a wall-hug WC and shower over bath.
Unique Art Collection
Ulster University via a competition are commissioned to design the unique artwork for the building's common areas, specifically the glass walkways, walls outside lifts, windows to side and rear.
Bespoke Bicycle Storage
Dedicated first floor storage for over 60 bicycles – access via lift bicycle lift.
Each apartment has its own dedicated locker in storage area for miscellaneous items.
Integrated Kitchen Appliances
Built-in oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher, hob and washing machine/tumble dryer are included in each apartment.
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