A new Grade A office space will be unveiled at Liverpool’s iconic Royal Albert Dock this week.
An official opening will celebrate the arrival of state-of-the-art workspace at Edward Pavilion, following a sympathetic restoration of the Grade I-listed property.
The redevelopment aimed to make the most of original features at the 19th Century warehouse building, including its barrel-vaulted ceilings, exposed brickwork, raised floor and cast iron columns.
Businesses who may be looking to relocate to the waterfront address can attend the launch event on Thursday (27 June) to view the new-look space.
Developer Castleforge Partners, which acquired the site in December 2017, is behind the transformation of the office space which spans across 70,000 sq ft.
Facilities include high speed Wi-Fi, an on-site café, bike storage and showers, private changing rooms and secure lockers.
Rachael Pittaway from Castleforge Partners says: “The redevelopment of Edward Pavilion has been an incredibly exciting project. We have been keen to build upon the original structure and features the building boasts in order to create a unique environment that people are proud to work from.
“Since announcing our plans, we have been inundated with interest and so we expect space to be snapped up quickly, therefore we encourage anyone looking to start their business journey, or to relocate to bigger space, to contact the team to find out more.”
Serviced office provider Clockwise has already been confirmed as the first occupier at the landmark site, and will cater to businesses ranging from freelancers to SMEs whilst also hosting networking events and conferences, with meeting rooms and private phone booths also available.
The launch event, which will showcase the workspaces ranging from 2,000 to 35,000 sq ft, will take place from 4-6pm. Business can register to attend here.