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Citibase launches new business centre at Centric House, Liverpool

Posted on by Rob Powell

Centric House Liverpool

SERVICED office provider Citibase has officially launched its new business centre in the heart of Liverpool.

Citibase Liverpool Moorfields at the recently-refurbished Centric House has over 27,000 sq ft of affordable serviced office space.

The five storey property, just over the road from Liverpool Moorfields station, is the fifth North West business centre in the company’s fast-expanding portfolio.

Citibase is managing the property on behalf of building owner CERT Property who acquired it for £3.3 million earlier this year.

Citibase CEO Steve Jude, comments: “Citibase Liverpool Moorfields is the latest example of one of our existing clients commissioning us to take on another management contract to help transform their vacant office space. We’ve proved that by transforming their under-utilised buildings into thriving flexible office space, we have been able to quickly turn them into positive assets, and provide them with a steady cash flow as a result. After the successful launch of Citibase Salford Quays in their building The Junction, we are thrilled to be working with CERT Property again on Citibase Liverpool Moorfields.”

Managing director of CERT Property, Howard Lord, comments: “Citibase was the perfect partner for us to help transform this building into flexible office space, having worked with them on The Junction in Salford Quays. Centric House is in a superb location in the city core, with Moorfields train station directly opposite and within walking distance of the historic docks. As the world of work continues to evolve, we have recognised the growing demand for adaptable and flexible serviced office accommodation.”

The new hub will be able to offer a vibrant home for over 450 SMEs, start-ups, entrepreneurs.

Find out more about Centric House at 15-33 Moorfields in Liverpool.

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