Belfast Telegraph

Prime office space available to rent and offers wanted for housing project land

Commercial Property

By Emma Deighan

One of Belfast's most sought-after office spaces has suites to rent this week, ranging in size from 2,350 sq ft to 6,458 sq ft.

Bedford House is a nine-storey office block with a two-storey reception area that includes a Franklin and James coffee shop.

It's close to Belfast City Hall and faces the soon-to-be-opened Grand Central Hotel.

Two years ago the building received a multi-million pound revamp injection from owners Ulster Estates.

Around 40% of the building is occupied by business advisers EY and insurance broker and risk management firm Marsh, while other tenants include Arup, Causeway, General Medical Council and McCadden Creative.

Neighbouring occupiers include Invest NI and Danske, Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank head offices.

Listed by Lambert Smith Hamilton and McConnell estate agencies, the office suites available are currently in 'a shell condition' but will be fitted out to meet the requirements of each tenant.

On-site car parking is also available while access to the ninth-floor gym is available for use of tenant companies.

Meanwhile in Cregagh Park, offers of around £250,000 are currently being welcomed for 0.7 acres of former Belfast City Council land.

The site, in the east of the city, is described as a residential development site, subject to planning, and is surrounded by large detached and semi-detached properties.

The site is also close to public transport links to Belfast and the A55 outer ring road.

Belfast Telegraph

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