Journey’s End at Columbus Quay

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For Sale – Prestigious Freehold Waterfront Offices

  Stunning Pavilion Style property

Balconies overlook the River Mersey. Fully refurbished to include full re decoration & re carpeting, 3 compartment perimeter trunking, suspended ceilings, double glazing, 24 hr on-site security, 22 on-site car parking spaces.

Set out over 3 floors, each providing 1,950 sq ft space

Columbus Quay occupies a commanding position on the waterfront with expansive views of the Estuary, the Wirral Peninsular and beyond. Just 2 miles south of Liverpool city centre, the building is close to John Lennon Airport and the motorway network. Columbus Quay is also well served by local public transport with Brunswick Merseyrail station in close proximity, all making this a fantastic Head Quarters Building.

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Rodney Street Revealed

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54 RODNEY STREET, LIVERPOOL L1 9AD

FOR SALE – Fine Georgian Mews Office Property

A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed property of outstanding quality within the Conservation Area.

Constructed in the late 18th century, the brick built building is set out over basement, ground and two upper floors and retains many of the original ornate features throughout. The building is divided into a series of private offices and consulting / treatment rooms with traditional office accommodation to the first and second floors. The basement comprises a luxury 3 bedroom apartment fitted out to the highest standards.

Available by Long Leasehold for a term of 125 years from 27.01.09, subject to a ground rent.

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Gorgeous Georgian Townhouse – 34 Rodney Street

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A rare opportunity to acquire a fine, period, Grade II Listed Townhouse on Rodney Street. The property would make an outstanding Office Headquarters building.

The traditional 18th century brick building is set out over basement, ground and 3 upper floors and retains many ornate original cornice and ceiling features. The building is also of historical importance as the birth place of Henry Booth, founder and director of The Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company and is marked with a commemorative plaque.an outstanding Office Headquarters building and occupies a commanding position at the junction of Rodney Street and Hardman Street.

Internally, the first floor offers traditional office space and is divided into a series of private offices and meeting rooms. A sumptuous high end beauty/skincare salon is situated at the ground floor. The second and third floors comprise a luxury 2/3 bedroom duplex apartment with a spacious lounge, opulent fully fitted kitchen, 3 en suite bathroom/wc facilities and solid wood flooring throughout.

The property is a long leasehold at a peppercorn rent for a term of 125 years from 24.12.2008. Offers in excess of £1.2M

Rodney Street 34 – Brochure 2019

 

All Change at Exchange Station

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Commercial Estates Group (CEG) in partnership with Anglo Scandinavian Estates have completed the acquisition of Exchange Station, with Hitchcock Wright & Partners and GVA Bilfinger appointed as joint letting agents to market the vacant office space.

The investment project was valued at approximately £20m and work on the first phase of the £7m refurbishment of this iconic building has already begun. The investment will see the third floor split into three suites offering between 3-4,000 sq ft of Grade A office space.

The former Victorian Railway Station on Tithebarn Street was built in 1888 and developed almost 100 years later by English Estates. The handsome historic façade was retained and 190,000 sq ft of office accommodation created in the basement, ground and five upper floors.

Brian Ricketts, partner and head of office agency at HW&P who advised CEG with the purchase said, ‘Having identified Exchange Station as a sound investment opportunity, we immediately approached CEG, who have had a long association with Liverpool and are one of the city’s main landowners. CEG have already committed to a rolling programme of speculative refurbishment which will provide occupiers with a wide range of Grade A office suites and will be able to accommodate businesses of all sizes.

Exchange Station is one of Liverpool’s important Grand Buildings and is of great significance to the city. This is the only speculative refurbishment programme of its size currently on-site in the commercial district and will deliver much needed Grade A office space to satisfy immediate and future demand, and it also fits with Liverpool City Council’s regeneration vision for this area of the city.

Exchange Station provides office suites of various sizes and basement car parking for 206 cars.

 

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