A wealth management and professional services group has become the latest tenant to sign up for offices at The Ewart.
he new 17-storey development in Bedford Street in Belfast included the restoration of Ewart’s once derelict warehouse.
Now Tilney Smith & Williamson, which employs around 40 people in its current Belfast offices on Linenhall Street, has become its latest tenant.
The group provides individuals, families, institutions and charities with specialist financial planning advice and investment management services, and manages £56bn of client assets.
Tilney Smith & Williamson will occupy part of the 13th floor of the building.
Chris McVeigh, Managing Partner and Head of Tilney Smith & Williamson’s Belfast office, said: “The agreement on the terms of our new Belfast office in this prestigious building signals our intention to continue to expand our presence in Northern Ireland. .
“The Ewart will provide a contemporary working environment for our staff, designed to high standards of sustainability and its location in the heart of the city, close to excellent transport links, allows customers easy access to the specialist services that we provide.”
Stephen Surphlis, Managing Director of MRP Developer at The Ewart, added: “We are delighted that Tilney Smith & Williamson is settling its new offices at The Ewart, a significant and historic architectural landmark on the Belfast skyline, which is the one of the most sophisticated and sought-after desks. spaces in the city.
Business consultancy firm Deloitte was the first major tenant to sign up for space on the site.