Around six years ago, I was asked to contribute an industry article in an urban regeneration publication outlining the positive steps that could be taken to re-invigorate town centres in a prevailing climate of spiralling retail failures and horrendous high street vacancy levels.
Three members of Osborne King staff - Lisa Anderson, Martina Caldwell and Susanna McBride will participate in a charity abseil down Belfast Castle on Sunday 9th September 2018 for the NI Hospice.
Elizabeth House on Belfast’s Holywood Road has recently welcomed new tenants, Training for Women Network, (TWN), who have moved into a ground floor suite within the building.
Leading make-up artist, Ciara Daly, is on the move having recently purchased premises on the Lisburn Road. The deal was negotiated by Osborne King who report that the property comprising c 2,300 sq ft over three floors sold for close to its asking price of £375,000.
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.
Thus far, 2018 has continued on from a positive trading year in 2017 when there was a marked increase in terms of transactional activity. Perhaps the most encouraging element of this is that over the last 12-24 months.