Liverpool has come full circle. From a small port founded by King John in 1207, emerged a great city, with its own inimitable spirit. Now, the new focal point for Liverpool lies
back with its roots; on the waterfront.
Fifteen thousand cargo ships transport over forty million tonnes of cargo to and fro each year, with over seven hundred thousand ferry passengers crossing the Irish Sea from this thriving port. And with millions of pounds of regeneration investment, the area has become a central hub for business and commerce once again.
One Brunswick Place will bring Liverpool’s heritage and its future together. This contemporary new development will lie at the heart of the waterfront in Brunswick Business Park, overlooking Brunswick Dock; a prestigious location for an impressive building which will put your business right at the centre of Liverpool life.
One Brunswick Place is set to be the new landmark of the world-renowned waterfront. Five storeys high, the stunning contemporary design will tie futuristic Liverpool with its seafaring heritage thanks to the addition of an iconic copper sail soaring skywards.
From the prominently situated building, occupiers will enjoy unrivalled views across Brunswick Dock towards the city centre and out across the river Mersey. Inside, One Brunswick Place will be equally impressive. Striking glass curtain walling and a full-height glazed atrium will flood the offices with light and create a dramatic and inspiring place to do business.
The development will provide almost fifty five thousand square feet of Grade A office space, benefiting from generous on-site car parking provision. One Brunswick Place will be situated just a stone’s throw to the south of the city centre, an ideal headquarters for any forward-thinking business with its finger on Liverpool’s pulse.
— Entrance reception with double height glazed atrium
— Floor plates up to 1,056m2 (11,367 sq ft)
— vrv air conditioning system
— Full access raised floors
— Suspended ceilings incorporating recessed LG7 lighting
— 2.8m finished floor to ceiling heights
— Targeting breeam Excellent rating
Liverpool has a character all of its own and a very unique buzz. And with recent huge investment into the city and its waterfront, it is at its most energetic and vibrant.
Combining a seafaring heritage with culture, entertainment, leisure, a thriving business community and a lively spirit, Liverpool is a truly international city. Being named European Capital of Culture 2008 has brought renewed creative flair and highlighted the city’s cultural credentials to the world.
The heart of the city has been revitalised with the highly successful £900million ‘L1’ development scheme which has transformed Liverpool’s retail and leisure offer. At the waterfront, Liverpool’s impressive architectural heritage has been named a Unesco World Heritage Site; due recognition for a city with more listed buildings than any other English city except London.
At One Brunswick Place, you will be well situated to access the city centre with its shops, bars, restaurants, museums, galleries, entertainment, and of course, the renowned Albert Dock, providing a self-contained community within a community. With a surrounding population of over seven million, you’ll find every trade and skill on your doorstep. In fact, you couldn’t be better placed to become a central part of Liverpool’s business landscape.
Location is one of the most crucial factors governing an office move. One Brunswick Place meets every brief. As well as being part of the local business community, within easy reach of the thriving city centre, it is extremely accessible. Brunswick Business Park is situated directly off the A5036 Sefton Street, a principal arterial route which links
to the inner ring road, leading to the M62 and national motorway network.
Brunswick Business Park has excellent public transport links. Sefton Street itself is a main bus route leading to and from the city centre. Brunswick Merseyrail station is situated directly opposite the park, providing access to north and south Liverpool via the Merseyrail loop line, with mainline services from Lime Street. Liverpool John Lennon
Airport is situated only eight miles to the south with flights to a wide range of domestic and international destinations.