With a considered, high-specification office/retail refurbishment over four floors and a stunning statement entrance lobby (for First to third floor office), the flatiron presents the most unique office space in Belfast. The former waterside warehouse is now expertly restored to provide a statement presence in the most central of city centre locations. High ceilings, exposed brick feature walls and engineered wood floors embrace the past, whilst a space maximising layout and contemporary design make this icon of Belfast fit for the future.
the flatiron’s unique space is enjoyed by two of Belfast’s best creative businesses in Big Motive and Fourum.
Perched on the Blackstaff.
Shaped by the Lagan.
Always an icon.
A location as impressive as the building itself
Built in the 1860s, the flatiron was originally perched on the river bank of the booming Victorian Belfast.
Sitting on one of the oldest streets in Upper Church Lane, the town grew around the into the international city it is today.
Now Belfast is booming again, the city is awash with great places to eat, perfect coffee stops, roof top bars and the best shops on the high street. The flatiron sits at the very heart of everything.
The perfect compliment - infinite care has been taken in marrying the old historic building with the new modern specification, using only the most suitable high quality materials & finishes.
Office - First Floor to Third Floor
Feature entrance lobby with mosaic tile floor and brass inlay
Part-exposed Belfast Brick on internal walls
Engineered hardwood flooring
Restored staircase featuring oak treads and handrail
Plastered and painted ceiling with mix of track and pendant energy efficient LED Lighting
Black metal finished perimeter trunking
New five person traction lift to all floors
Dedicated WCs on each floor, disability compliant
New black slab fitted Kitchen with marble laminate worktop on each floor
Phoenix gas heating with black feature wall hung radiators and exposed copper pipework