A six storey office building designed by WDR & RT Taggart Architects for Dunloe Ewart. Plans for the building were made public in November 1998. The proposed building was initially designed symmetrically with four identical quadrants. During the planning process the building was extended towards East Bridge Street, increasing the lettable floor space by 30%.
Construction commenced in 1999 and was completed by Autumn 2000. Fujitsu – Siemens agreed to let nearly half of the building (79,000ft2) in late 2000 at a rental level of £13.50 per sq ft.
The building was acquired by Kilmona Holdings in 2015.
Causeway Asset Management invested £8m to refurbish Nine Lanyon Place and create a new lobby area during autumn 2017. The property’s website (ninelanyonplace.com) provides more information and images of the refurbished interior.
Causeway Asset Management agreed a lease with the Department of Finance’s Properties Division in June 2018. Various NI Civil Service departments will occupy 150,000ft2 across six floors.