CBRE’s Liverpool Office Agency team has secured a letting to global automotive polish manufacturer, Turtle Wax, at Alaska House in Atlantic Park, Liverpool.
Turtle Wax has signed a 10 year lease for 4,951 sq ft of offices on the fourth floor of the Grade A Alaska House building within the 52 acre Atlantic Park mixed use business park which fronts Dunnings Bridge Road in the Sefton area of Liverpool. Turtle Wax was unrepresented in the deal.
Turtle Wax is relocating its EMEA Headquarter offices from East Gillibrands in Skelmersdale to Atlantic Park. The manufacturer of automotive appearance products was founded by a Chicago entrepreneur in 1941 and is headquartered in Illinois.
Atlantic Park has attracted a number of high profile occupiers such as Capita and One Vision Housing due to its strategic location near to the Port of Liverpool, with connectivity to all major motorway networks via the M57 and M58 motorways as well being only 20 minutes by car from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Tom Healy, C.O.O. and Interim President EMEA at Turtle Wax, said; “We are excited that Liverpool will provide a great environment as our new EMEA Headquarters to operate and grow our business moving forward. This move will contribute to a stronger culture that will enable our longer term strategic objectives.”
Neil Kirkham, Associate Director of Office Agency at CBRE’s Liverpool office, commented; “Atlantic Park is undoubtedly one of the best located sites in the North West and offered Turtle Wax the high quality of offices it required within a building with the right presence for an EMEA Headquarter operation.”
Gareth Dickinson, Head of Property at Royal London Mutual Insurance Society –owner of Atlantic Park, said; “We are delighted to be welcoming yet another reputable global organisation to our tenant mix at Atlantic Park. The Park has continued to perform well and attract tenants and we credit this to the quality of product and location which are such key drivers for occupiers.”
CBRE is joint agent with GVA on Atlantic Park.