Magell Limited is investing £5 million in Belfast city centre in a move which will radically enhance the flexible workspace offering and propel the company to be one of the leading suppliers of flexible office space in Northern Ireland.
The Northern Irish based investor and developer has commercial assets throughout the UK and has announced plans to convert a landmark building in the centre of Belfast into what the developer describes as ‘a new excellence’ in flexible working.
Construction will begin within weeks on Eagle Star House, a 30,000 sq ft building situated on Upper Queen Street just a short distance from Belfast City Hall. Once open for business in early 2020, Eagle Star House will provide design-led workspace with 500 desks located across eight floors.
Magell also has the capability to expand this exciting new offering by converting Beaufort House on Wellington Place, a 35,000 sq ft building occupying nine floors. This would add a further 600 desks to the new business.
Established in 1998, Magell Limited is a third-generation family business with two decades of experience in the office, commercial, retail and residential sectors. Magell has partnered with one of Northern Ireland’s leading authorities on flexible work space, Jamie McCoubrey.
CAPTION: Ryan Walker, Director at Magell (left) and Jamie McCoubrey (right).