A former warehouse in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle converted into new office and commercial space is now fully occupied.
Based at 42 Jamaica Street, the scheme was completed at the beginning of this year and now comprises 12,000 sq ft of space including six ground floor commercial units and a first-floor office development with a shared common room space.
Market demand and rents have remained strong throughout the development of the building, which is marketed by Keppie Massie.
New occupiers include Hanson Financial Services, RTB Official, S&C LIV Holding, Lost Art, Dragonfly Media, Sum Vivas, SG IFA and finance specialist Phoenix Money.
The former warehouse space, which sits on the junction with Brick Street, was previously used for bulk food storage and most recently housed a drive-through car wash.
The scheme was designed by MGMA Architects.
Tim Garnett, head of commercial agency at Keppie Massie, said: “This is an excellent development in a vibrant part of the city centre and we are pleased to have supported our client to achieve high yields and occupier demand.
“It is clear that the design-led mix of duplex office and retail spaces has created a contemporary and attractive offer that appeals to a range of young, ambitious independent businesses and this is the perfect addition to the Baltic Triangle.”