Elevator Studios sold

Elevator Studios sold

Worthington Owen has completed the sale of the 90,000 sq ft Elevator Studios, a hub for creative start-ups in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle.  Cert Property bought the building from brothers Tim and Paul Speed, who acquired and developed Elevator Studios in 2007.  The property, located on Parliament Street, is made up of four grade two-listed warehouses previously used Read More >

Worthington Owen secures triple deal at Castle Street

The consultant has concluded a trio of deals worth £600,000 at 14 Castle Street in Liverpool with a further £1.4m of sales set to be agreed. Acting on behalf of the building’s owner, Glasgow-based Kilpatrick Property Group, Worthington Owen has completed the sale of three office suites.  The largest of these is 1,850 sq ft Read More >

CEL Solicitors takes floor at Liverpool’s Chapel Street

The law firm is set to move from its current base at the Atlantic Pavilion on the Albert Dock to the 12th floor of Twenty Chapel Street next month. The 8,000 sq ft space will have room for 90 staff, which is 60 more than its current office. The Chapel Street office will also include an Read More >

Bibby takes 20,000 sq ft at Exchange Flags

Shipping and marine company Bibby Line Group will relocate around 150 staff from its current location at Duke Street after taking 20,000 sq ft at Liverpool’s Exchange Flags. The group has taken two floors at Walker House, part of the wider 360,000 sq ft grade two-listed office-led site in the city centre. Bibby’s staff will Read More >