Liverpool office building offers six refurbished suites

Acting for owner Merseyside Pension Fund, CBRE and Hitchcock Wright and Partners are offering six office suites at the Liverpool city centre building, which dates back to the 1950s. Tony McDonough reports 

Castle Chambers
Castle Chambers, or 43 Caste Street, in Liverpool


More than 11,500 sq ft of refurbished office space at a well known Liverpool city centre office building is being brought to market.

Acting on behalf of owner Merseyside Pension Fund, CBRE and Hitchcock Wright and Partners are offering six office suites, ranging in size from 419 sq ft to 2,797 sq ft on the sixth floor of 43 Castle Street. A 4th floor office suite of 3,040 sq ft is also available.

CBRE’s building consultancy team has overseen the renovation of the the entire fifth floor to create the six office suites and a communal kitchen, as well as renovation of the reception, lift lobbies and on-site occupier amenities.   

Also known as Castle Chambers, the building is located within the conservation area at the northern end of Castle Street and directly opposite the southern end near the Victoria Monument and Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts. It was built in the 1950s.

In recent years the centre of Liverpool’s commercial district has shifted towards Old Hall Street and Castle Street has become a destination for a diverse mix of restaurants and bars.

Neil Kirkham, director, CBRE’s office agency team in Liverpool, said: “43 Castle Street is a premier location which is rich in history and home to some of the most architecturally impressive buildings in the city.

“The range of prime office suites, coupled with the high quality refurbished amenities, along with the fantastic food and beverage and retail offer on the doorstep, will appeal to both well established businesses and those organisations looking to grow or expand into impressive, first class accommodation.

“Castle Street has seen significant public realm investment and a shift in recent years to provide an exciting food and beverage offer, mirroring a European café culture.”

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