King of Castle Street

Written by Ruth_Milburn on . Posted in Latest News

For Sale ** SALE AGREED!! **

Stunning Freehold Grade II Listed Building in the heart of Castle Street

This striking, Grade II listed building benefits from an impressive period facade which stretches along the prime section of Castle Street in Liverpool City Centre. It provides 27,139 sq ft arranged over ground, basement, mezzanine and five upper floors. It benefits from fine, interior period features. The building is entirely let to Royal Bank of Scotland until 31.12.2024 at a rent rising to £244,304.50. The tenant is not in occupation & has expressed interest in agreeing a surrender.

Castle Street is Liverpool’s premier destination for restaurants and aspirational bars and venues with Gino D’ACampo, San Carlo, Viva Brazil, Castle Street Townhouse, Neighbourhood and Liverpool Gin all located here. To the rear sits India Buildings which is undergoing major redevelopment to become HMRC’s new Liverpool HQ with an estimated 3,000 tax and finance professionals based there. Liverpool’s prime retail pitches of Church Street and Liverpool One adjoin the southern stretch of Castle Street while a short walk will bring you to the Royal Albert Dock and famous Liverpool waterfront.

¬†Liverpool is one of the UK’s most thriving and diverse regional economies with the 2nd fastest growing population outside London. We are a leading commercial, retail and cultural destination with Tourism playing a major part in our success. In total 67.3m people visited the city last year, to see the world renowned attractions including the Beatles, Liverpool and Everton FC, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Waterfront to name but a few.

Liverpool benefits from excellent transport links, by road access is via the M62 which links to the M67 and M6. Liverpool Lime Street is the principal mainline station with regular services to London Euston, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport, just 8 miles from the city centre, has regular flights within the UK and Europe serving over 5 million passengers per year. Liverpool also has an excellent local bus and rail infrastructure, the city centre is served by two railway stations and has an underground rail network.

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