Agents seek occupiers for office space at Moorfields in Liverpool

CERT Property has refurbished 16,965 sq ft of accommodation on the second, third and fourth floors of Centric House, a former Barclays bank office in Moorfields, off Dale Street

Centric House
Centric House, a former Barclays bank office in Moorfields, Liverpool

 

Property investor CERT Property has tasked agents at Colliers International and B1 Real Estate with finding tenants for three floors of office space in Liverpool’s central business district.

CERT has refurbished 16,965 sq ft of accommodation on the second, third and fourth floors of Centric House, a former Barclays bank office in Moorfields, off Dale Street.

Targeted at the financial and professional services sector, the three floors being marketed now provide potential occupiers with modern amenities including flexible floor plates, intelligent lighting and new heating and cooling systems.

In total, Centric House provides 27,336 sq ft of office space on four floors with current occupiers being recruitment agency Proactive Personnel and Citibase, a provider of co-working space.

Paul Shakeshaft, director of operations at CERT Property, added: “It has always been our intention to rejuvenate and breathe new life into this iconic Liverpool building. What immediately struck us was how this building’s beautiful architecture had been lost in its recent inactivity.

Our refresh to the facade and entrance will use the tone of the exterior’s exaggerated curves and symmetry to create a luxurious yet intimate working space; the reception and co-working hub will encourage people from different companies to cross paths and create a collaborative community.

Common areas including the reception of Centric House are scheduled to be refurbished by interior design specialist No Chintz.

James Strong of the Liverpool office of Colliers International, added: “The refurbishment of Centric House will offer a very exciting product for Liverpool within an established location which we feel will be attractive to a broad range of occupiers.”

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