Acting on the instructions of fixed charge receivers, Worthington Owen has been retained to dispose of No1 Arthouse Square, a striking office building extending to 27,354 sq ft located within the vibrant Ropewalks area of Liverpool City Centre.
With its main entrance off ArtHouse Square, this 5-storey office building benefits from additional entrances off Seel Street and Fleet Street thus adding flexibility of occupation. A metal deck on the fourth floor affords access onto an open terrace area overlooking the buzzing street scene below and a 13-person passenger lift links all floors. The original part of the property is of brick construction with aluminium window frames, while the extended section incorporates a stunning glazed curtain walled feature elevation fronting ArtHouse Square. Internally, the building has been designed to maximise flexibility of occupation and use.
Recently in single occupation the building is also capable of sub-division into 12 individual suites from 1,539 sqft (143 sqm) all of which are separately accessible and metered. Each unit has male and female WC facilities and fire escapes. The four ground floor suites also have private access enabling the building to be divided vertically and horizontally.
The inherent flexibility of design and contemporary looks enable the building to suit a variety of uses including restaurant, nightclub, bar, hotel or residential thus providing alternative options for occupation of the floors subject to planning.