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The Port of Liverpool Building October 10th, 2023

The Port of Liverpool Building is the oldest and, arguably, the most attractive of Liverpool’s Three Graces. The building was built as the HQ for the Mersey Docks & Harbour Company in the early 1900s at a time when Liverpool was the largest port in the world, so was built to impress and to an […]

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122 Old Hall Street April 13th, 2023

The development site is located at 122 Old Hall Street on the corner of Leeds Street and Old Hall Street and is currently occupied by a three-story building that was originally built in the 1980s by the Moores family for their Littlewoods retail empire. The high-profile nature of this gateway site offers scope for really […]

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The Corn Exchange September 28th, 2022

The Corn Exchange is situated right at the heart of Liverpool’s traditional business district within 100m of James Street Station. Plus it is next to Castle Street – Liverpool’s best leisure location. The ground and first floors of the building provide approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of commercial space accessed from Fenwick Street and Brunswick Street. […]

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4 St Paul’s Square June 6th, 2017

No.4 St Paul’s Square is the third and final phase of the St Paul’s Square development, widely regarded as the focal point of the City’s new commercial business district. The building comprises 109,000 sq ft of grade A accommodation over ground and 7 upper floors and was Liverpool’s first speculatively developed BREEAM ‘Excellent’ office building. […]

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No. 1 Old Hall Street October 17th, 2017

No.1 Old Hall Street is one of the most recognisable addresses in the city and located directly opposite Moorfields station in the heart of the new commercial district.  It is already the location for some of the best known institutions and businesses in Liverpool including The Liverpool Chamber of Commerce (with their meeting and conference facilities). The […]

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The Capital November 25th, 2020

Offering a central & secure working environment in the heart of Liverpool’s thriving business district. Built for purpose, a phenomenal example of a brutalist exterior mixed with a modern interior. The Capital was opened in July 1976 as the purpose-built headquarters for Royal Insurance. It provided the best example of a modern and eff icient […]

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The Plaza November 24th, 2020

Sitting at the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district, The Plaza could not be better placed or better connected to everything that the city has to offer. The building benefits from its own coffee shop / salad bar and is just minutes from the restaurants of Castle Street and shops of Liverpool One. Moorfields train station […]

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65 Stephenson Way November 24th, 2020

65 Stephenson is due to undergo refurbishment by the end of Q2 2018. The building will consist of 4 floors of grade A office space in a prime location. The building is equipped with multiple kitchens, WC’s, shower facilities and on site parking for 85 spaces 8 of which are disabled access. The building is […]

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20 Chapel Street September 11th, 2015

20 Chapel St is a new landmark for Liverpool providing 155,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space over 15 stories. The building was completed in 2006 and is home to several high profile occupiers including LFC, Barclays Wealth, Ernst & Young, Plexus Cotton and Baker Tilly. The building features a contemporary double height reception […]

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10 Princes Dock June 1st, 2023
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12 Princes Dock November 25th, 2020
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Watson Building December 3rd, 2015

The Watson Building is currently undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment to provide contemporary office accommodation to meet modern office occupiers needs. The Watson Building will be given a new future, offering the opportunity to act as a catalyst for wider regeneration of the Renshaw Street area – and also benefiting from Central railway station next door, […]

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