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- Landmark Office Building
- c. 11,361 sq ft (1,055 sq m)
Mays Chambers comprises a four storey former bank premises which was newly constructed in 2003 behind a B1 listed façade. The building can either be occupied in its entirety or on a floor by floor basis. The former banking hall on the ground floor benefits from its own dedicated access at street level. The upper floors are accessed from a communal ground floor lobby containing an 8 person lift. The exact specification of the building will be confirmed once the previous tenants fit out has been removed. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss fit out requirements with interested parties. Each floor benefits from its own dedicated Male/Female and Disabled toilet provision.
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland located c. 100 miles north of Dublin and 70 miles south east of Londonderry.
The city benefits from excellent transport connections including two airports providing flights to the UK, Europe and North America. The road network is readily accessible and major city centre transport hubs are a short walk away.
Central Train Station - 7 minutes walk
Laganside Bus Station - 7 minutes walk
Europa Bus Centre - 10 minutes walk
Great Victoria Street Train Station - 10 minutes walk
The property is located in a prominent position on the corner of May Street and Cromac Street, with local occupiers including The Royal Courts of Justice, The Open University, O’Reilly Stewart Solicitors and The Law Society of Northern Ireland.
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