Offices fit for aspiring silk merchants

A beautifully restored range of serviced office suites created in one of Nottingham’s finest Georgian Mansions represents a superb opportunity to relocate or establish a business, says Chris Taylor, Director of commercial agents Salloway Property Consultants.

The suites in Stanford House were once home to Nottingham’s wealthiest silk merchant, William Stanford. Built in 1775, they have undergone a sensitive restoration, creating beautifully individual office suites of sizes between approximately 185 sq.ft and 1038sq.ft, subject to availability.

Appointed to act on behalf of Serviced Office Market providers Exeid, Salloway’s Chris Taylor believes Stanford House, located in Nottingham’s Castle Gate area, represents an excellent opportunity for aspiring businesses. He commented:

“The renovation delivers services and features that you would expect of a modern office facility. They have already attracted a number of companies and are proving wonderful place for staff to work. We are expecting strong interest in the remaining suites, including any modern day silk merchants out there!”

Available fully furnished to individual company requirements, rents for the offices are fully inclusive of utilities, service charge and rent. Alternatively, traditional business leases can be agreed.

Salloway has also been appointed by Exeid to advise on two other excellent opportunities in Nottingham City Centre, St Nicholas Court and Merchants Court.

These two buildings provide access for disabled people via internal personnel lift, offering a flexible range of suite sizes up to 12,000 sq.ft. Existing tenants include Government Organisations, highlighting the high standards delivered by the offices which include secure car parking at St Nicolas Court.