Willis relocates to high-profile offices
Global insurance broker Willis Group is set to move into new premises at one of Belfast's most prominent office schemes.
Willis Group will occupy two floors in the Bedford Street building, joining high-profile tenants like RTE, Irish Nationwide Building Society and stockbrokers Investec.
Robert Toland of joint letting agents DTZ McCombe Pierce said: "Willis were looking for a statement building and Centrepoint is just that."
Des Taggart of the Conway Group, which owns the building, said: "We are delighted to welcome another high-profile tenant to the Centrepoint building - the aim at Centrepoint was to create and offer high-quality grade A office accommodation to attract tenants of the calibre of the Willis Group, the Financial Times, RTE and Irish Nationwide - we are succeeding in that goal."
Centrepoint is a 36,000 sq ft, 10-storey building at the junction of Bedford Street and Ormeau Avenue, opposite BBC Broadcasting House.
William Stewart of Whelan Commercial Ltd acted for Willis.
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