Published Friday, 27 June 2014
The Belfast tower block is one of Ireland's tallest buildings. (© Pacemaker)
The 80 metre, 22 storey building has gone on the property market with a £5m price tag.
The building is the current home of the Parades Commission and currently generates a £200,000 yearly income from its various tenants.
The property includes two retails units and a car park for 96 vehicles.
Commercial estate agents, CBRE have been appointed to manage the sale of the Bedford Street property and say it would be ideal for offices, conversion to a hotel or even student accommodation.
Gavin Elliott, CBRE said: "Windsor House offers a unique opportunity to refurbish a landmark building, in a tax efficient manner.
"Belfast has developed into one of Ireland's premier business cities and has been extremely successful in attracting foreign direct investment.
"However, one issue has been the lack of quality office space in the city and a comprehensive refurbishment of this property will provide much-needed accommodation as well as strong fundamentals for rental growth in the future."
© UTV News