M7 completes on first ever Northern Ireland project

Pan-European investor M7 has completed works on its first ever project in Northern Ireland. 

The scheme, 20 Adelaide Street, represents a complete refurbishment of a standing asset to create 20,000 ft2 of offices. It is situated in Belfast city centre's Linen Quarter.

'The completion of the wholesale refurbishment of 20 Adelaide Street has been delivered to business plan,' said Will Mitchell, asset manager at M7 Real Estate.

'Working closely with our professional team we have designed the building to suit both SMEs and larger businesses by having the flexibility to tailor the floorplate areas based on occupier requirements. We are delighted with the finished product, which also offers a number of modern features and amenities that we believe will be welcomed by occupiers,' Mitchell added.

Key features of the building include a double-height glazed entrance lobby with a Belfast-themed feature wall, open plan office suites, LED lighting and an external terrace to the sixth floor.

Commercial property agency CBRE has been appointed as the scheme’s sole letting agents.

David Wright, office agency director at CBRE, said: '20 Adelaide Street is a welcome addition to the other refurbishment projects that have been brought to the market in the Linen Quarter over the last number of years, including the likes of Linen Loft, Flax House and Weaving Works.'

M7 appointed Trident as its project manager to oversee the refurbishment of the building. Kb Architects and local contractor Portview also worked on the project.

Kimia Benam of KB Architects, who led the design and delivery of this commercial refurbishment project, added: '20 Adelaide Street project was a fantastic opportunity to showcase how older buildings can be dramatically enhanced through considerate design.'


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