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New offices unveiled at revamped Centric House

CERT Property has unveiled new office space in Liverpool’s commercial district during a recent breakfast launch event.

Liverpool City Council officials and office agents from around the city were among those who attended Centric House, following an extensive rebrand and refurbishment of the building.

The 27,000 sq ft site, which has brought workspace to the lettings market, has already attracted recruitment firm Proactive Personnel to occupy space on the ground floor.

Meanwhile flexible office provider Citibase has taken more than 80% of level two in the building.

Designer NoChintz was appointed to help overhaul the former Barclays bank office on Moorfields, which is also said to be attracting interest from other potential tenants including larger and smaller businesses since works were completed.

Centric House refurbishment

Left: Property management specialist Paul Shakeshaft and global head of sales Hugh Davies (both CERT Property) with Colliers International’s director of development, Andy Delaney; Right: Andrew Owen, owner and director of Worthington Owen, with B1 Real Estate partner Jonathan Baucher and Citi Property director James McNeil.

Howard Lord, managing director of CERT Property, says: “We are very pleased with the new identity we have given Centric House, previously a hugely neglected building.

“Liverpool is a vibrant city that has huge potential and a supply shortage of quality office space.

“This is about to change as we launch four floors of adaptable and serviced office accommodation in the heart of the city.

“We are in final talks with other prospective tenants and will be able to announce further deals soon.”

Centric House is the latest project for CERT Property, which is continuing to expand its portfolio across the region and now owns office and residential spaces across Liverpool and Manchester as well as Nottingham.

Citibase, Colliers International and B1 Real Estate are marketing the property.

The new-look commercial district building

The new-look commercial district building