Upper Floors, 9–11 Lombard Street, Belfast , County Antrim , BT1 1RB
Description & Features
The subject occupies a highly prominent position on Lombard Street adjacent to the Castle Place / High Street junction and in close proximity to the prime retail pitch in the heart of Belfast City Centre.
The property benefits from its proximity to the city’s main transport hubs of Great Victoria Street Bus and Rail Station, Lanyon Train Station, Laganside Bus Station and the Metro Bus terminus of Belfast City Hall.
The subject comprises the three upper floors of an historic B2 listed four storey grey brick building constructed in c. 1874 and designed by architect Thomas Jackson.
Internally the property comprises cellular office / studio accommodation, fitted to include painted / plastered walls, suspended spot lighting, timber flooring, sash windows, decorative corniced ceilings, feature fireplaces, ornamental safes and communal WC facilities with access provided via shared ground floor entrance.
The property provides a refurbishment / redevelopment opportunity being suitable for a wide range of commercial / residential uses subject to any necessary planning / statutory consents.
Neighbouring occupiers include TK Maxx, Sports Direct, HMV, Office Shoes and Café Nero whilst Victoria Square and Castle Court are located a short walk away.
- Prominent City Centre Re-Development Opportunity For Sale
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