With Covid restrictions lifted, lettings continue in Bristol’s Whitefriars Building with local agents Burston Cook having recently completed on the letting of a 1,500 sq ft suite to leading UK children’s palliative care charity, Together for Short Lives (represented by Carter Jonas).
Whitefirars continues to remain in strong demand because it offers excellent value in the current climate with the building offering an extensive range of amenity space including a gym, large meeting rooms to rent, café, break out space and a serviced office operation, as well as a contemporary reception and an excellent on site concierge team.
In addition to the traditional office suites available, Whitefriars also now offers fully fitted, plug and play solutions, with plans also in place to create ‘de-furbished’ style space with exposed services and contemporary finishes.
Finola Ingham of letting agents Burston Cook commented: ‘Whitefriars continues to prove to be a popular option for office occupiers who are looking for office space with all the mod cons, but at an affordable rent. The landlord has recognised that there is a gap in the market for space such as this, and has reacted accordingly by offering extremely competitive rates and different products to cater to all’.
Landlord Steve Pope, Group Director of Property and Asset Management at Topland said, ‘Whitefriars remains a compelling building and we are working on different offerings and some exciting new ideas to expand our range of amenities and to encourage new occupiers back to the building, post Covid’.