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Serviced office giant Bruntwood has announced that it is to open a floor of new office space in The Plaza in downtown Liverpool.
The sixth floor of the building has been completely refurbished and now has 86 workstations which are ready for business. Formerly the entire floor was occupied by the Home Office.
An array of amenities is available to users of the space, including high-speed Wi-Fi and meeting and conference rooms. The serviced office space is targeted and small-to-medium sized businesses, for which the flexibility provided by a serviced office space can be ideal.
Along with the two floors of serviced office space at The Plaza, there are a further 12 floors of regular office space, all of which are occupied.
Sales Director Andrew Butterworth said: “Despite the fact that we added an additional floor last year, demand for our serviced offices has always been strong.
“It benefits from being in an excellent location with some fantastic views. We are confident that this new space will let quickly and we will continue to deliver high quality space with a strong customer focus.”
Currently Bruntwood has 2,000 desks across 12 buildings in its serviced office portfolio. The company has offices in Liverpool, Manchester, Knutsford, Cheadle, Warrington, Altrincham, Leeds and Birmingham.
There have been claims in the past that the Liverpool commercial real estate market is too dependent on the public sector, however the city has always refuted such claims.
Recently the Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed Lord Heseltine and Sir Terry Leahy to conduct a thorough review of the Liverpool economy.
The two will go on a three-week fact-finding mission to the city and report back to the Prime Minister. The two will be sizing up the opportunities for investors that lie the city.