Northern Ireland medical equipment company B-Secur will move into £50m new prime office space at City Quays 3, the Belfast Telegraph is able to reveal.
The company, which makes heartbeat monitoring devices, is set to move into the 16-story building, which is part of a development that includes the AC Marriott Hotel, City Quays 1 and City Quays 2.
Last year, the Belfast Telegraph announced that US technology company Aflac was also signing up for City Quays 3.
But the Port of Belfast, which built City Quays, has not commented on the identity of new tenants and declined to comment specifically on B-Secur.
A spokesman said: “City Quays 3 has attracted a lot of interest from the market and the Port of Belfast is currently in advanced negotiations with a range of potential tenants ranging from fast growing local companies to international organizations with globally recognized brands, who are looking to expand their business in Northern Ireland or are investing here for the first time.
“City Quays 3 offers modern, sustainable waterfront office space and will accommodate up to 1,800 people across its 16 floors.
“We expect to be able to announce some of our new tenants in the coming months.”
B-Secur also declined to comment. The company already has premises at Catalyst Inc in the Titanic Quarter.
Supplementary insurance specialist Aflac is taking over two floors at City Quays 3. It is currently based at City Quays 2.
In an interview with the Belfast Telegraph in June, Belfast Harbor Chief Executive Joe O’Neill said potential tenants for City Quays 3 are focused on legal and financial services – similar to City Quays 1 and 2.
Earlier this year, B-Secur developed a new cloud-based heartbeat monitoring system, HeartKey® 2.0. Its software uses a person’s unique heartbeat pattern, known as an EKG, to positively identify an individual while providing information about health and well-being.