13 Lombard Street

The Lombard, 13-17 Lombard Street, Belfast

Designed by Thomas Jackson and Son, and built in 1875, this 4-storey Baroque style building has an ornate beige sandstone façade and large voluminous floors.

This exciting refurbishment will comprise a sympathetic restoration of the Victorian building into stunning offices, striking the perfect balance between contemporary office requirements and period features.

Arranged over 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors and with a dedicated street entrance and a refurbished 1930s lift, the offices will provide a total of approximately 6,135 sq ft of unique office accommodation.

Lombard Street History

Lombard Street is a short street linking Castle Place and Rosemary Street in the centre of Belfast. It was originally laid out in the 1870s on the site of two old tumble down entries, Leggs Lane and Caddells Entry, which date from 1715.

A 50lb bomb exploded in the street in July 1972, resulting in widespread damage. Now pedestrianised, and its character much diluted, Angus Properties intends to restore some of the street’s past architectural glory with a sympathetic restoration of 13 Lombard Street.