Property developer Robert Hitchins Ltd has bought a prime office building at Aztec West in Bristol as it continues to grow its investment portfolio in the region.
2540 Aztec West is situated at the entrance to Bristol’s premier business park just off J16 of the M5 and next to the M4/M5 interchange.
Recently refurbished, the 14,924 sq ft self-contained, two-storey property is now being offered for leasehold on a floor-by-floor basis or as a whole.
Set within a well-maintained landscaped area, it provides an efficient, modern, office environment as either one self-contained building or on a floor-by-floor basis with approximately 7,400sq ft per floor. It has 77 parking spaces.
Property and Development Director for Robert Hitchins Ltd, Simon Tothill, said: “This is a prime office building in a great location. The purchase forms part of our continuing strategy to expand and diversify our investment portfolio in Bristol and throughout the South West and South Wales.”
Richard Coombs of Colliers International acted on behalf of the vendors, and their office agency has been retained by Robert Hitchins Ltd as letting agents.
James Preece of Colliers International said: “2540 Aztec West is well-placed at the front of the park and is one of only a few buildings of this size in North Bristol that can offer self-contained, high-specification office space.”
Robert Hitchins Ltd, based at Boddington, Gloucestershire, is one of the leading property developers in the South West and South Wales. It deals with the full process from site acquisition and planning through to development and investment.
Its other recent purchases in the Bristol area include Avon House (the HQ of Handelsbanken) in Stoke Gifford, Building 220 in Bristol Business Park (HQ of Babcock International Technology), and 21 Prince Street (former TSB offices).