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The project includes the creation of a new reception. Credit: via SpacePR

Overhaul afoot at Liverpool’s 1 St Paul’s Square

Brickhill Properties is carrying out an extensive refurbishment of the city centre office building in a bid to fill 50,000 sq ft of vacant space. 

The top three floors of the 131,000 sq ft 1 St Paul’s Square are occupied by Hill Dickinson, while another floor is home to Keoghs Solicitors. 

The remaining space within the building is vacant, although 17,000 sq ft of that is under offer. 

Arterior Solutions has been appointed by asset manager Valeo Capital to carry out the refurbishment works. The project will be managed by CBRE, which is also the building’s sole letting agent. 

“The work that Brickhill Properties is undertaking within the common areas and office space aims to meet the needs of occupiers in a post-Covid world,” said Neil Kirkham, senior director at CBRE Liverpool. 

He added that the overhauled building would “promote ESG and wellness, providing a highly attractive working environment to support return to work strategies for employers”. 

As well as the delivery of refreshed Grade A office space, the project will see the creation of a new reception and the addition of 8,300 sq ft of commercial space on the ground floor. 

Other elements of the overhaul include a new reception, seating area, and booths for social or informal meetings, as well as a “state-of-the-art cycle storage facility”, according to CBRE. 

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