Peel L&P’s, Liverpool Waters, has received two new customers at its King Edward Triangle site, showing the versatility of the available space with businesses such as Hatchet Harry’s, the recreational axe-throwing business, and car hire service, Easirent recently moving into the city-centre site.
For Hatchet Harry’s, this new space marks the organisation’s third venue since launching in 2019 and witnessing significant growth, with present locations in Glasgow and Newcastle, Liverpool is the largest in terms of floor space. The company has taken out a five-year lease of 3,389 sq. ft. of space, and the team cite the city centre location as the main reason for choosing King Edward Triangle as its base.
Easirent has also taken out a five-year lease on 3,421 sq. ft. of space at King Edward Triangle, for its team of eight. The move is a relocation for the business, redeploying its team from Bootle to Liverpool city centre is seen as an opportunity to better serve its clients, as well as providing an office closer to the new cruise terminal, supplying car rental to passengers visiting the city. This latest office will be the organisation’s 26th location, and has the Royal Liver Building as its headquarters.
Jack Beadle, managing director at Hatchet Harry’s said: “We have seen Liverpool’s visitor economy grow over the last few years so for us, it seemed a perfect fit. We are popular with stag and hen dos, so the city centre location means we will be within walking distance of night life and other leisure facilities, which is great. Liverpool Waters hit all of our criteria when looking for new locations and we know that the area will be growing a huge amount more over the next few years which can only help our business grow.”
Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, part of Peel L&P, said: We are incredibly proud of the diverse range of businesses that we have across Liverpool Waters, all of whom are at different stages of growth. Whether they’re just starting out or expanding, these businesses demonstrate the versatility of the space that is on offer and the range of possible uses. All of this plus the flexible lease terms and city centre location, make it a great place for any business. We’re delighted that these new customers have chosen to join the King Edward Triangle community and look forward to seeing them grow here at Liverpool Waters.”
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