Bridge Street, Belfast - BT1

Property Details


Property Features

Built in the 1950s, Arnott House is 35,000-square foot office building in Belfast. This prominent location in the city’s Cathedral Quarter provides businesses with a centrally-located office spaces in Northern Ireland’s bustling capital. The four-storey property on Bridge Street was designed by Young & Mckenzie in a neo-Georgian style. The rustic brick façade once welcomed workers and customers of the Arnott’s Department Store, which closed in 1974. The building is now home to a Post Office outlet and modern office accommodation.

Serviced offices and a modern business centre are found on the third floor of Arnott House. The space has been beautifully refurbished with contemporary touches using a sophisticated grey and white palette. Orange accents and plenty of natural light help create a bright and attractive space to work. A selection of office solutions is available at this leading business centre, including offices for as little as a day depending on your needs. Terms for up to 24 months are also available for businesses looking for a longer-term home.

Along with cost-effective office spaces, this fantastic business centre has all the facilities you need to thrive. Well-equipped conference rooms are available to hire if meetings require a formal space. There is also a casual business lounge for casual discussions or for your guests to work during their visit. A friendly reception team is on hand to welcome visitors and provide secretarial support during the day. The business centre also offers reliable wireless internet to keep you productive and connected.

From fine eateries to excellent transport links, these city centre office spaces benefit from an array of great amenities and services. Along with restaurants and bars just outside this property, you are within walking distance of numerous shops and restaurants at Victoria Square.

Several local buses stop within a few steps of your office, while the A2 is moments away to provide you with easy access to the M2 and M3 motorways. The A12 is also a short drive away, which links with the M1. Belfast’s Central Railway Station is only 15 minutes away on foot.

Nearest Train Station

  • Belfast Central (0.5)

Nearest Airport

  • Belfast George Best Airport (2.26)
  • Belfast International Airport (12.19)

Transportation

Nearest Train Station

• Belfast Central (0.5)

Nearest Airport

• Belfast George Best Airport (2.26)

• Belfast International Airport (12.19)

Services Available

Office Features

• Furnished Offices

• Hot Desking Features

• Lounge Rooms

• Conference Rooms

• Shared Facilities

• Unbranded Business Centre

• Video Conferencing Services

• Virtual Office Services

  • Office Features
  • Furnished Offices
  • Hot Desking Features
  • Lounge Rooms
  • Conference Rooms
  • Shared Facilities
  • Unbranded Business Centre
  • Video Conferencing Services
  • Virtual Office Services

Reception Services

• Admin Support Staff

• Reception Staff

• Phone Answering Service

  • Reception Services
  • Admin Support Staff
  • Reception Staff
  • Phone Answering Service

Security Systems and Services

• CCTV Security Installed

  • Security Systems and Services
  • CCTV Security Installed

Integrated Communication and IT Systems

• High Speed Internet Access

• Telecommunications

• Wireless Internet

  • Integrated Communication and IT Systems
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Telecommunications
  • Wireless Internet

Business Centre Features

• 24 Hour Accessibility

• A/C

• Disabled Access

• Lift Access

  • Business Centre Features
  • 24 Hour Accessibility
  • A/C
  • Disabled Access
  • Lift Access


Local Area Info

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and it is both the seat of the devolved government and the legislative centre. It is the second largest city in the whole of the country and the 15th largest in the UK. The city is a centre for industry, business, the arts and higher education. Since the signing of the IRA ceasefire in 1994 investor confidence has increased resulting in a interval of steady economic growth. The economy of Belfast has historically been built on commerce, with the city acting as a trading hub due to its ports and shipyards.

The Titanic was built in the Hartland and Wolff shipyard and the city is home to the world's first aircraft manufacturing company, Short Brothers plc. The transportation in Belfast is relatively car-dependant however there are bus and rail networks. The city is home to two airports: Belfast International which offers domestic and international flight services; and the George Best Belfast City Airport. The city is an excellent choice when looking for a site for office relocation.


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