Osborne King has been shortlisted in the Commercial Estate Agency of the Year category in the 2023 Belfast Telegraph Property Awards in partnership Openreach
A six-storey office building in Belfast city centre has gone on the market with an asking price of £11.15m. Forsyth House, on the corner of East Bridge Street and Cromac Street, was built in 2005.
While the hospitality sector continues to face a raft of challenges, a host of businesses and properties are now on the market and ready to be snapped up and revamped by new owners, says Mark Carron, director of Osborne King.
Osborne King is marketing three major city centre office buildings in Belfast, each with a different investment appeal and potential buyer. Directors Richard McCaig and Gavin Clarke look at the current demands in the market and why there’s still interest in office-based bricks and mortar.
The new rates bills for approximately 75,000 commercial properties in Northern Ireland are now landing on the doormats and inboxes of ratepayers.
The Northern Ireland Rates Revaluation 2023 is underway and the draft list is now live with these figures set to take effect from 1 April unless amended by way of challenge.