Pacific Chambers

Victoria Street, Liverpool, L2 5QQ

Estate Description

The property is estimated to be built in 1927/28 is detached with an Italian renaissance facade built in Portland Stone. It offers restaurant and leisure facilities at ground floor with 4 upper floors of offices. The ground floor fronting Victoria Street, which was formerly a banking hall, forms a self contained restaurant unit currently let to Pizza Express. The ground floor at the rear, with access from Temple Street, forms a self-contained leisure unit let to an nightclub operator.

The 4 upper floors, having a self-contained entrance from Victoria street, provide office accommodation in a variety of suites ranging from 547 sq ft to 4,090 sq ft served by two 8 person passenger lifts. The common parts of the building were extensively refurbished in 2016. The individual suites provide high quality office accommodation.

The second floor was recently refurbished and divided into 4 smaller suites. Similarly the 4th floor was refurbished but as one suite.


The property occupies a position in the hear of Liverpool City Centre. Victoria Street is one of the principal thoroughfares in the CBD, situated between the highly acclaimed Liverpool One and the heart of the prime commercial business district. It is located within 400m of the entrance to Liverpool One meaning staff and visitors have easy access to the UK's leading retailers.

Victoria street also forms part of the leisure circuit with the city, with a variety of national, regional and local bars and restaurants located close by.