Port of Liverpool refurb nears completion

City agents Worthington Owen have been appointed to oversee lettings of luxury Liverpool office space, as £3.5m refurbishment of iconic Port of Liverpool Building nears completion. Tony McDonough reports.

Breakout space at Port of Liverpool Building


The refurbishment, led by Blossom Tree Group encompasses approximately 25,000 sq. ft. of space and will offer suites ranging from 488 sq. ft. to 10,000 sq. ft, as well as modern and spacious meeting rooms and breakout areas.The Port of Liverpool Building is Grade 2* listed and the oldest of Liverpool’s renowned Three Graces.

Constructed in the early 20th century as the headquarters for the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, it now stands as a testament to Liverpool’s maritime history.

Today, the 160,000 sq. ft. building is home to leading Liverpool-based businesses, such as Rathbones, Forresters, Kuerne & Nagel, Ocean Network, DHL, and Ion Developments.

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Project managers Blossom Tree will also oversee the daily management of the building.

Known for their work on other heritage buildings, Blossom Tree say they approached the Port of Liverpool project with meticulous care to integrate modern amenities whilst preserving the buildings historical essence.

Alexis Georghiades from Blossom Tree said: “We are profoundly honoured to collaborate with the landlord on revitalising this emblematic structure. Our vision is to offer contemporary, sustainable office spaces that seamlessly blend with the buildings storied past.

“The enthusiasm and positive feedback we’ve received for the space thus far is incredibly encouraging. And we’re just getting started – stay tuned for more aspiring plans in the pipeline for 2024.”

Mark Worthington, from agents Worthington Owen, added: “The standard of the space that has been created is arguably the best space currently available in Liverpool and we are excited to be working with Blossom Tree to help find new occupiers for this fantastic, landmark building.”

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