ELLIOTT DUFFY GARRETT MOVE INTO NEW PREMISES ON LINENHALL STREET
28 June 2018
Managing Partner Adrienne Brock and the other Directors from Elliott Duffy Garrett pictured here with Richard McCaig of Osborne King at their new premises on Linenhall Street.
Leading Northern Ireland law firm, Elliott Duffy Garrett, has acquired new premises at 40 Linenhall Street, Belfast. The former linen warehouse has been refurbished extensively to provide high-quality office accommodation in the heart of the central business district.
The first floor office, extending to some 7,500 sq. ft., will provide space for Elliott Duffy Garrett’s 45 staff and also allow for future growth.
Adrienne Brock, Managing Partner of Elliott Duffy Garrett, commented:-
“We are very happy indeed to have moved into 40 Linenhall Street, a lovely old building in an area of the city which has a rich commercial history, and to be part of the growing business community in the Linen Quarter.
This move has provided the firm with a great opportunity to invest in creating, fitting out and furnishing a new office space which provides us with a modern, efficient and pleasant working environment for our staff together with new technology and enhanced solicitor/client facilities, ensuring that we are well equipped to deliver our services in the current and future legal market.”
Osborne King carried out the letting on behalf of the landlord with Crothers Chartered Surveyors advising the tenant. Richard McCaig of Osborne King stated:-
“We are delighted to have secured Elliott Duffy Garrett as a tenant, complementing our existing tenant line-up. It is fantastic to see such a prominent local business making a significant investment in their working environment. We wish them every success in their new home”.
Jan Madill of Madill Design Ltd delivered the finished space in conjunction with Roxborough Plant & Construction.
The arrival of Elliott Duffy Garrett completes the letting programme of the upper floors with only 2,500 sq. ft. remaining available on the ground floor. Other tenants in the building include Upstream, Irish Secretariat, Johns Elliot, Puppet and Shopkeep.