Office Space in Liverpool - Location Data:
Liverpool is famously located on the banks of the River Mersey which has three tunnels linking Liverpool to the Wirral: the Mersey Railway Tunnel allowing a quick rail transport service and two road tunnels, Queensway Tunnel and Kingsway Tunnel. The Mersey Ferry also provides a useful link between the two areas. Liverpool John Lennon Airport also provides a convenient location for a visiting executive or Director to land (circa just 7.5 mls from the city centre)
Liverpool and Merseyside commerce is offered a wide directory and a real variety of corporate and commercial office space / real estate including leasing, sublet space, freehold sale, fully serviced and managed Liverpool office space (lingo tip: for U.S. business clients searching for a corporate realty location for their U.K. headquarters / hq, a “managed” or “serviced” office space is usually referred to as an “executive suite” by American realtors and realestate agents).
Office space in Liverpool is available on a wide range of rent terms and spaces can vary from an open-plan, empty office space on traditional leasing / sublease / sublet terms (in general, sub-lease / sublet and leasing terms are a much longer commitment) to flexible, completely furnished suites with each desk / workstation prepared prior to move in (U.S. lingo tip: a “workstation” is sometimes called a “cubicle” in America, though a workstation is open-plan rather than enclosed).
Liverpool serviced offices generally include executive desks and chairs, cat 5 cabling with broadband and telecoms services managed on-site for convenience, ad hoc meeting room suites which can be rented by the hour, secretary and reception / receptionist facilities, property security systems such as cctv and security guards, and most importantly most Liverpool serviced offices have on-site property management executives to manage all tenant requirements immediately.
The Liverpool Urban Area links directly into the areas of Crosby, Bootle, and Maghull to the south, Huyton, Kirkby, Prescot and Halewood in Knowsley to the east, Sefton to the north, and the area faces Birkenhead and Wallasey to the west across the Mersey.
Liverpool is famous for its docks, particularly Albert Dock which has the largest collection of Grade I listed property in the country. The dock complex homes to the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and the Tate Liverpool. Another historical location in the docks is the Stanley Dock Tobacco Warehouse and Stores, which, when constructed in 1901, was the world's largest building in terms of area and it remains the world's largest brick-work property.
The Pier Head is a very well-known site in Liverpool and features three very well-known buildings – the Cunard Building which is a Grade II* listed property, the Port of Liverpool Building which were formerly the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Offices and the famous Royal Liver Building. Immediately south of the Albert Dock is the King’s Dock which is the location of the Liverpool Echo Arena and the BT Convention Centre. Other famous Liverpool locations and landmarks inc. William Brown Street which is well known for its concentration of public property inc. the William Brown Library and Museum. Other attractions inc. Walker Art Gallery which homes one of the largest art collections in England, World Museum Liverpool which is one of the finest multi disciplinary museums in the UK, the stunning St George's Hall on Lime Street, the impressive Wellington's Column (also known as the Waterloo Memorial) and Steble Fountain erected in 1879, Liverpool's Town Hall , the 40 storey West Tower which is Liverpool's tallest property, The Adelphi Hotel which is located on Ranelagh Street , the memorable architecture of the Atlantic Tower hotel, the famous clock tower of the University of Liverpool's Victoria Building and the two football stadiums of Anfield and Goodison Park