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City centre building on sale for £2.5m

A four-storey office building in Belfast city centre has gone on the market with an asking price of £2.5m. (stock photo)
A four-storey office building in Belfast city centre has gone on the market with an asking price of £2.5m. (stock photo)

By staff reporter

A four-storey office building in Belfast city centre has gone on the market with an asking price of £2.5m.

Callender House on Upper Arthur Street features a mix of retail and office space.

According to real estate firm McKibbin, the building is a prime site for a new office redevelopment.

The ground floor is currently occupied by a coffee shop and barbers, with the three floors above occupied by McKibbin Commercial, film-making company Below the Radar, and Sureskills Ltd.

The property consultants said: "The property, which is fully let and producing £143,500 per annum from five tenants, is in the heart of Belfast city centre's business district where surrounding office buildings include Ulster Bank HQ, Northern Ireland Housing Executive HQ, Bank of Ireland HQ, Chichester House (under construction), Plaza Building, Victoria House, Arthur House and the immediately adjacent nine-storey Montgomery House."

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