IFC 1

 IFC 1 was completed in March 2017 and is currently 65% let to UBS AG, BNP Paribas and Laing O'Rourke. A further 10% of the building is currently under offer. 

One of the main features of the IFC Jersey is the levels of natural light that are achieved as a result of the buildings being standalone. Scientific studies have proven a correlation between exposure to natural light in the workplace and an increase in productivity and performance as well as an improvement in the overall well-being of occupiers.  Within IFC 1 100% of occupiers can be within 7 metres of a window.

In addition, the column free floorplates provide complete flexibility on tenants’ fit-outs and ensures that every part of a floor is useable. 

 

  • 68,000 sq. ft. (6,300 sq.m.) of modern Grade A office space
  • Lettings from 1,600 sq. ft. (149 sq.m.)
  • Typical floorplate 12,000 sq. ft. (1,115 sq.m.)
  • Excellent natural light - floor to ceiling windows on all four elevations
  • Highly efficient and flexible column-free working spaces
  • Occupancy density 1 person per 8 sq.m.
  • Environmentally sustainable – BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating
  • Designed by an award-winning team:- MJP Architects and Waterman Group plc as the full service engineers
  • High quality unitised façade and high quality external civic space
  • Prime location on corner of the Esplanade & Castle Street
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Tenants

Global bank UBS AG has taken 18,000 square feet of office space. They have been operating in Jersey for more than 30 years and employ 180 staff locally. In Jersey, UBS are regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission for the conduct of Trust, Banking and Investment services to private clients and financial intermediaries.

BNP Paribas has secured 24,000 square feet of office space. They have been operating in Jersey since 1979 and has grown along with the development of Jersey as a financial centre, specialising in private wealth management and institutional asset management, fund and securities services.

Laing O’Rourke has secured 3,300 sq. ft of the fourth floor relocating the family office from Cyprus to Jersey. A privately owned, international engineering enterprise and the largest privately owned construction company in the UK with operations worldwide. Some of their construction projects include Atlantis - The Palm in Dubai, The Leadenhall building, London Heathrow Terminal 5 and Bond Street Station.

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If you're looking for highly efficient and flexible office space for your business, in a prime location within the financial business district, please get in touch. Lettings available from 1,600 sq. ft.

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Floor Plans

The building is designed to accommodate a multi-tenanted floor plate.

Schedule of areas:

Ground Floor 7,782 sq ft - Available

First Floor 11,948 sq ft - Available

Second Floor 11,948 sq ft - Occupied by BNP Paribas

Third Floor 11,948 sq ft - Occupied by BNP Paribas

Fourth Floor 11,948 sq ft - Occupied by UBS + Laing O'Rourke

Fifth Floor 11,647 sq ft - Occupied by UBS

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Benefits of natural light in the working environment

Workplace productivity is critical to ensuring a business excels and is successful within a competitive environment. The buildings at IFC Jersey will have four highly glazed façades, which will provide an unrivaled level of natural light to the occupants.

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Related News

Official opening ceremony of IFC 1

April 2017

We were delighted to recently celebrate a significant milestone for the Island

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First building completed at IFC Jersey

March 2017

We are pleased to announce the completion of the first building at IFC Jersey

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Topping Out Ceremony for the first building at IFC Jersey

June 2016

Along with our contractors Camerons, we were delighted to hold the Topping Out Ceremony of IFC 1

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Global bank signs up as the second major tenant for IFC 1

April 2016

BNP Paribas has entered into an agreement to lease two floors at IFC1

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