Belfast Telegraph

Bryson puts its Belfast base up for sale at £1.95m

The building was a linen warehouse until it was bought by Bryson in 1944
The building was a linen warehouse until it was bought by Bryson in 1944

By Staff Reporter

Social enterprise charity Bryson is putting its famous Belfast headquarters at a former linen warehouse on the market for £1.95m.

Bryson Charitable Group has occupied the listed building at 28 Bedford Street for over 70 years.

Now it's selling the majestic, four-storey building, and plans to redevelop another property at Ravenhill Road as its administrative and service centre.

The building was designed by architect William J Barre - who also designed the nearby Ulster Hall - and completed in 1867. It served as a linen warehouse until it was bought by Bryson in 1944. Richard McCaig of selling agents Osborne King said it expected interest from occupiers and investors.

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