Businesses looking for new premises are being encouraged to move quickly as more than half of the units in one of Southampton’s most sought-after waterside locations are now under offer.
Town Quay, located on the shores of Southampton Water, offers a variety of modern, open plan workspaces suitable for a range of businesses and organisations.
Four units, totaling 10,000 sq ft are now under offer since the development launched to market in November 2018. The speed of take-up illustrates the quality and value of the premises on offer, particularly during a period of prolonged economic uncertainty.
Businesses from the creative and professional sector are in the process of finalising deals to move into the self-contained spaces which offer unrivalled views of Southampton Water
Just three units, totalling 9,000 sq ft, in a prominent waterside location now remain available. Situated in Ariadne House, the newly refurbished, self-contained spaces offer stunning views, a sun balcony, air conditioning, LED lighting, underfloor trunking and designated car parking spaces.
Town Quay is being marketed jointly by property agents JLL and Vail Williams.
Nella Pang, director in JLL’s Southampton office commented:
“We always knew Town Quay would be a popular choice for a range of businesses and organisations, but we’ve been surprised by just how quickly these fantastically refurbished properties have been snapped up.
“With unrivalled views on Town Quay Marina and Southampton Water beyond, the units offer space that truly inspires. And since they are newly refurbished and open plan, they’ll allow an organisation and its people to really make their mark on the space they work in.
“Working by the water offers a chance to connect with nature and enjoy a feeling of freedom – both of which are proven to have a positive impact on wellbeing and productivity. So perhaps it shouldn’t surprise us that Town Quay is proving as popular as it is – despite the current political and economic uncertainty.”
Town Quay is positioned in the heart of the city – 1.5 km from the Cultural Quarter, 0.5 km to Westquay shopping centre and a variety of restaurants, bars and theatres. It also boasts excellent road and rail links with the M3 and M27 both within 5 km. There are also regular ferry services to both the Isle of Wight and the New Forest as well as a bus service to the mainline railway station and city centre.