Eagle Star House, Belfast - BT1 6QD

Property Details

Serviced Offices from £395 per person per monthCoworking spaces from £175 per person per month

Property Features

An ultra-modern location that brings a fresh all-inclusive approach to flexible workspace. From freelancers to international businesses, this space has created a beautiful, vibrant workspace, designed to drive productivity, inspiration, and collaboration. Every detail has been carefully considered so that you and your team can hit the ground running from the day you move in. With no deposit or upfront costs, all-inclusive packages include free meeting rooms, free phone calls, free high-speed dedicated bandwidth (not shared!), free printing, free yoga classes, and much moreā€¦ In addition, this space also includes a rooftop terrace, the ideal place to enjoy a break during a busy working day.

A conveniently located office space that puts you right at the heart of Belfast's business district, just beside City Hall and in the perfect office location. Step out for a spot of lunch at one of the many acclaimed local restaurants. After work, enjoy the bars and restaurants on your doorstep or wander across to the vibrant Cathedral Quarter and the hustle and bustle of its energetic night life. And there's no need to stress about getting around with all major public transport links just minutes away. The nearest bus stop, Howard Street, can be reached in just two-minutes on foot. Motorway access to the north and south is within a one-mile radius, while George Best City Airport is under four miles away.

Glider Bus Service
Great Victoria Street Railway Station
George Best City Airport


Glider Bus Service
Great Victoria Street Railway Station
George Best City Airport

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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