Bristol’s Hanover House acquired for £2.1m

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has completed the sale of Hanover House in Bristol City Centre on behalf of a private landlord.

Hanover House has been acquired by Rengen Developments for £2.1 million, which plans to eventually convert the upper floors of the building while retaining existing ground floor occupiers. Rengen Developments work in a variety of sectors offering a diverse range of skills for new build, refurbishment, listed buildings and national monuments.

The property is situated in the heart of the Old City and is a mixed-use development totalling 8,500 sq ft. The building is fully let to Dirty Martini, Stretto Architects, Wards Solicitors, Belltown Power and Digital Visitor.

LSH has acted on behalf of the private client for a number of years in all areas including property management, lease advisory, agency and building surveying services.

Peter Musgrove, Senior Director and Head of Southwest and Wales said: “The building is well located in the heart of the Old City, which is both an historic and vibrant part of Bristol. Having worked on this building for a number of years, it is exciting to see what this next chapter will hold and how the building will be transformed into a new purpose.”