Acting on behalf of CBRE Global Investors, CBRE’s Office Agency team in Liverpool has been instructed to market the available, newly refurbished office suites in the heart of Liverpool’s iconic Grade I-listed Royal Albert Dock.
Following a £250K investment at the former 19th Century restored warehouse, more than 11,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation is now available for occupation.
The renovation programme included full strip-out of the 1980s fittings; reconfiguration of three new office suites comprising 2,045 sq ft, 1,012 sq ft and 1,044 sq ft; as well as the installation of a new kitchen to each suite; new flooring, lighting, heating and electric throughout and refurbished common areas and facilities. The work was carried out by contractor Jennor.
The Royal Albert Dock offers contemporary office space spanning 70,000 sq ft, with some 11,000 sq ft available to lease, and benefits from being in close proximity to the city’s vibrant dining and cultural scene with some of the best restaurants, bars, galleries, museums, shopping centres and attractions in Liverpool.
Andy Byrne, Associate Director, CBRE said:
“We are delighted to be appointed to market the new office suites at The Royal Albert Dock which have been refurbished to a very high standard. The Dock is an integral part of the World Heritage waterfront and has undergone a transformation to become a world class destination. The Royal Albert Dock offers a unique environment that ambitious and creative companies will be proud to work from. With a raft of benefits on offer for tenants both in terms of first-class office accommodation and amenities, coupled with the buzz of the thriving Dock and its attractions, it is sure to have huge appeal.”
A spokesperson for CBRE Global Investors said:
“We are really pleased with the high standard of accommodation we have achieved through our recent office refurbishment programme within Edward Pavilion. We are excited to be working with the Liverpool CBRE Office Agency team and we are confident with their local expertise that they will successfully let the vacant office suites”.