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The subject office building occupies a prominent and accessible location on Royal Avenue in close proximity to the Cathedral Quarter and Castlecourt Shopping Centre.
In addition, the unit is located 100 metres from the University of Ulster Belfast City Campus situated further along Royal Avenue, which is currently undergoing a major £250 million expansion to create a new facility for 15,000 students.
The building is serviced by a high speed passenger lift and internally the office suite is finished to include carpeted floors, plastered and painted walls, suspended ceilings with strip fluorescent lighting, electric heating, intercom with door entry system, kitchen point and WC facilities.
The suite may also be suitable for other commercial uses, subject to any necessary consents.
There is an abundance of surface car park spaces in the area, which are available on short or long term licence agreements.
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