136 Great Victoria Street, Belast BT2 7BG

£10,000 / year + fees
Office (407 sq. feet) To Rent
£10,000 / year + fees
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Key Information

Rent £10,000 / year + fees
Includes Rates No
Style Office
Status To let

Location

This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near

Economical Business Unit

Features

  • • Prominent business unit extending to approx. 407 sq ft. over ground and first floors.
  • • Prominent location, close to Belfast City Centre and Queens University.
  • • Suitable for a variety of uses subject to the necessary statutory consents.
  • EPC: D85

Additional Information

The subject property is situated at the southern end of Great Victoria Street close to Shaftesbury Square, Botanic Avenue and Queens University.


The property is situated on Great Victoria Street amongst a diverse mix of users including leisure, retail, office, education and residential.


Falling within the Belfast Central Business District, Great Victoria Street is home to a number of notable occupiers including the Europa Hotel, Ulster Bank, Oaklee Housing Association, BBC and the Grand Opera House.
Great Victoria Street is also home to the Europa Bus and Rail Station.

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