- Bixteth Street, Liverpool, L3 9LQ
- Office space from:
- 200–40,000 sq ft
This stunning Grade II listed office building is one of Liverpool's most historic office buildings. Cotton Exchange offers high quality, fully refurbished office accommodation in the heart of Liverpool's new commercial district. Its ideal location means you will benefit from an abundance of local amenities including sandwich shops, bars and restaurants.
The building has been refurbished with a brand new stunning reception entrance opening onto Bixteth Street. The refurbishment works unlocked many of the buildings period features including the restoration of the original internal domes.
With a Starbucks on-site, Moorfields train station down the road and a Tesco and Sainsbury’s just minutes walk away, Cotton Exchange offers pretty much everything you need, all on your doorstep.
Following our partnership with Metronet UK, one of the UK's leading business only Internet Service Providers Cotton Exchange is now better connected than any other building in the city. As a Metronet UK core point of presence, Cotton Exchange is one of the few places in the UK that you could order a 100Gbps internet connection if you needed it. With multiple fibre links across the UK, hybrid and technology diverse connectivity is deployed to ensure that the building stays connected even if multiple fibres fail. If communication is important to your business, there is no better location.
The flexibility to change and grow
Should you need to expand into bigger offices or relocate to a new location, we're more than happy to expand your space or move you to other premises within our portfolio with a simple rework of your existing lease. It’s this understanding of how business works that makes our customer retention rate more than twice the national average.
The Cotton Exchange was purpose built in 1906 and once housed Liverpool’s thriving cotton exchange. There are reminders of its intriguing history to be found throughout, from the cotton emblems on Edmund Street to the old granite columns within some of the office spaces.
It acted as the centre of the cotton trading world, with telephones and direct cables going to the New York, Bremen and Bombay! The original ornate facade of the building was replaced in the late 1960's with Cotton House office space. The statues that once adorned the façade can still be found around the building. Navigation and Commerce sit in the courtyard, and a Portland Stone statue of Liverpool’s The River Mersey can be found on Old Hall Street.