Following a reshuffle by the Charity Commission, more than 14,000 sq ft of office space has become available at Building 12 of Peel Land & Property's Princes Dock development in Liverpool city centre.
The Charity Commission reconfigured its space at the building, freeing up 14,200 sq ft on the top floor, overlooking the Royal Liver Building and River Mersey.
Princes Dock totals around 30 acres and is next to the site of the proposed £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme planned by Peel Group.
Occupiers at Princes Dock already include Coutts Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KMPG and The Royal Bank of Scotland.
Liza Marco, property manager at Princes Dock, said: "Princes Dock is an ideal location for occupiers with its vibrant business and leisure community and stunning views unrivalled elsewhere in Liverpool city centre."
Mark Worthington, director at joint letting agent CB Richard Ellis, said: "This is the first time that office space has become available at Building 12 Princes Dock since the building was built in 2005 and we are confident that the space will prove attractive to the market as the building is one of the best office buildings in the city in an outstanding location."
Chris Lloyd, associate director at DTZ, joint with CBRE, said: "Building 12 is generally recognised as one of Liverpool's finest modern developments and will no doubt appeal to existing city centre occupiers from all sectors. The building will also appeal to inward occupiers by providing modern Grade A accommodation at Liverpool's world famous waterfront."