Oscar Developments has signed up two more tenants to its five-storey office in Great Homer Street on the fringe of Liverpool city centre.
National charities the Richmond Fellowship and Inclusion Matters have taken 3,000 sq ft and 1,500 sq ft respectively. The pair join Green Plan Energy and Off Plan Developments in the 27,500 sq ft commercial office development, which is approaching 50% occupied.
Andrew Owen, partner at Mason Owen, joint letting agents for City Point with CB Richard Ellis, said: "Despite the current economic climate, demand remains strong for accommodation at City Point. The development offers a rare opportunity for occupiers to take small suites on the fringe of the city centre with the benefit of car parking.
"The building has been designed to a Grade A standard, as good as anything within the city centre, and we believe that it is this quality of design together with its excellent accessibility that is attracting occupiers to the development. Despite the current economic climate and continued uncertainty within the marketplace, many companies are now realising that life goes on and are therefore taking a longer term approach to their business and property requirements."