A strikingly contemporary and fully glazed, fifth-floor office overlooking Queen Square could make an ideal base for a Bristol business looking to move up in the world, according to offices specialist Colliers International.
The leading global commercial property company has been appointed sole agents to let the fifth and second floors of 10 Queen Square when they become vacant around the end of May.
National Offices specialist James Preece believes the impressive facilities in the city’s commercial heartland will attract considerable interest.
He said: “10 Queen Square has benefitted from an extensive restoration scheme, in line with a good proportion of property in and around the commercial heartlands.
“The fifth floor is particularly impressive being fully glazed with a raised floor, air conditioning and views across the city.”
The building enjoys an exceptional outlook over historic Queen Square and now provides high quality, open plan office accommodation behind a period façade. The fully glazed, fifth floor will offer 1,675 sq ft at a quoting rent of £27 per sq ft with a further 3,608 sq ft on the second floor at a quoting rent of £23 per sq ft.
James Preece said: “Queen Square lies at the heart of Bristol’s business district and is one of the city’s best known landmarks providing an outstanding working environment.
“It is surrounded by local amenities including restaurants, bars and hotels in close proximity. The extensive shopping facilities of The Galleries and Broadmead as well as Temple Meads railway station are within easy walking distance.
“Approached via a striking marble lined entrance hall with lift access to all levels, the building also benefits from shower facilities and basement car parking.”
Colliers International has been appointed by the landlord, which prefers not to be named.