Two more units have been let at the popular Liberty Industrial Estate in South Liberty Lane, Bristol.
The Axis Trampoline Club has leased the 13,135 sq ft Unit 14 on a 10 year lease rising to £45,972. Axis is Bristol’s biggest trampoline club but was made homeless in August 2014 when Redwood Hotel closed.
The Liberty Industrial Estate unit gives the club its own dedicated centre and has enabled it to expand its services to run classes in gymnastic disciplines including Trampolining, General Gymnastics, Double Mini Trampoline, Pre-School and Gymfit.
In a separate deal, event advertising company Instant Promotion has taken a 10 year lease on the 11,199 sq ft Unit 7 at an annual rental of £44,236.
In both transactions, landlord CBRE Global Investors was represented by property consultants Russell Property Consultants Ltd and Knight Frank.
Russell Crofts, who heads the Industrial team at Knight Frank in Bristol, said: “The refurbished industrial units at Liberty Industry Estate are attractive to a wide range of occupiers.”
Rob Russell of Russell Property Consultants added: “Liberty Industrial Estate enjoys good access to the Portway and on to the M5 – ideal for trade counter, distribution and light manufacturing companies.”