Office space to rent in historic buildings
Commercial office space in some of Bermuda’s most historic properties has come onto the rental market.
Moresby House, the Star of India and the upper level of the Clocktower Mall, all in Royal Naval Dockyard, are now available.
Wedco totally refurbished Moresby House two years ago. The landmark building overlooking the Great Sound has approximately 5,500 square feet of space with parking for ten cars.
Meanwhile, The Star of India, built in the mid-1930s and originally a bowling alley, was turned into a club for navy families in 1970. Wedco has refurbished the building, adding a new kitchen, bathrooms, air conditioning, new windows and doors. It has 1,630 square feet of open space.
The upper level of Clocktower Mall, completed in 1857, has 4,500 square feet of space which is divided into meeting rooms and offices. The current configuration can be altered to suit, Wedco said.
Joanna Cranfield, business development manager at Wedco, said: “This is a chance for a business to position themselves in one of the busiest locations and most iconic buildings in Bermuda.
“Dockyard has excellent transport links, good parking, a wide range of restaurants, stores and services, even some apartments to live in. The office space is in some of the most historic buildings in Bermuda dating back more than 150 years.”
She added: “It is not often that these locations become available and we are hopeful that the right business with the right fit will see the benefit of locating their offices in the Royal Naval Dockyard.”
For more information, go to https://www.dockyardbermuda.com/wedco/properties/ or call Joanna Cranfield on 239-0514
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