Newly Refurbished High Spec Office Accommodation of c. 4,501 sq ft
Alfred House is prominently located on the junction of Alfred Street and Clarence Street within the Linen Quarter, an area of distinctive townscape character and in the heart of Belfast’s Central Business District, a short walk from the prime retail pitch.
The property comprises an historic B1 Listed 5 storey red brick building constructed in 1912 and formerly utilised as a linen warehouse and manufacturers before conversion into office accommodation in the early 2000s.
The subject benefits from its proximity to the city’s main transport hubs to include Lanyon Place Railway Station, Great Victoria Street Bus and Rail Station and the Metro Bus Terminus at City Hall.
Occupiers in the vicinity include JNP Architects, GMcG Chartered Accountants, Northern Ireland Screen, Belfast City Council, Liberty IT and Genpact with Premier Inn also located directly adjacent.
The subject is situated within Belfast’s primary office core and provides open plan accommodation arranged over 4th floor level with access provided via a well apportioned entrance lobby and modern 8 No. person passenger lift.
The office suite benefits from excellent levels of natural light with windows on three elevations providing exceptional views across the city and retains many of the period features and original characteristics of the property which have been maintained both internally and externally.
The accommodation has undergone extensive refurbishment and is finished to a high standard throughout to include the following specification:
Exposed brickwork walls
Raised access flooring
Carpeted floor coverings
Exposed painted ceilings
Energy efficient surface mounted LED lighting
Gas fired central heating
Stylish Male / Female / Disabled WCs
Modern 8 No. person passenger lift
Well apportioned entrance lobby with ceramic tile flooring