Norwich Union House sits in a prime location in Belfast city centre, in close proximity to Royal Avenue, the city’s principal shopping thoroughfare.
The existing office development and adjoining multi-storey car park that date from the 1970’s are being demolished and replaced by a new office led mixed use development of 150,000sqft of office accommodation sitting above ground floor retailing (with car parking and other supporting / ancillary accommodation concealed behind).
The building’s street elevations to shoulder level are composed in articulated brickwork, with a primary vertical emphasis and fenestration pattern echoing identifiable themes in adjoining historical buildings.
The two uppermost penthouse floors are set-back providing generous terraces and are faced in glass to provide an elegant, light, top to the building.
McAleer & Rushe
Design & Build