TWO TECH FIRMS SETTING UP IN BELFAST CITY CENTRE
14 January 2019
Two UK tech firms are setting up shop in one of Belfast’s newly revamped city centre buildings. Tech firms CYTI and Firemelon, which are both owned by David Corney, will take on the fourth and fifth floors of Moneda House, at Wellington Place. Osborne King delivered the lettings on behalf of the landlord. CYTI provides technology solutions for insurance comparison sites, while Firemelon develops software and systems for the insurance sector.
The firms join Starbucks in the development which was fully refurbished by Co Tyrone-based developers McAleer & Rushe as part of a £5m investment.
Osborne King’s Richard McCaig said: “We are delighted to welcome Firemelon and CYTI as our first office tenants in the building so soon after our launch. “The quality of the scheme is exceptionally high and given its central location we have received a number of enquiries from other tenants.”
David Corney commented “We are extremely excited to be moving our two businesses into this prestigious development in such a fantastic city centre location. It further extends our already decade long commitment to Belfast as our software development hub and will help us retain our highly skilled workforce as well as attract the best talent the city has to offer to work on our products.”
There are now three floors remaining within the building, covering around 10,000 sq ft, with a show floor available for viewings.