32 Eyre Street

Formerly known as Deacon House and occupied by Midland Bank, this eight storey property has been empty for over 17 years. We have undertaken a multi-million pound restoration and refurbishment on the landmark city centre office development bringing new commercial opportunities to Sheffield’s regenerating Moor area. The property has been redesigned by Liam Russell Architects, and marketed by Tim Bottrill, of Sheffield commercial property specialists Colloco.

About the project

What they wanted: 

  • The building to meet the needs of the dwindling supply of office space in the city
  • Flexible space aimed at smaller, creative and digital industries
  • Office space that would attract new commercial tenants

What we did:

  • Major construction work has been done to refurbish ground, first and second floors, we are now currently working on the remainder of the building
  • Bringing the building up to current energy efficiency standards
  • Installation of new lifts 
  • Creation of premier office space and facilities including a gym for tenants. 
  • Removal of a strong room and vault which was used when it was a banking centre, and used to upcycle the external security hoardings.

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