Salmon Harvester and NFUM secure two further tenants at 2 Glass Wharf, Bristol

Salmon Harvester/NFUM have completed deals with Markel International and MJ Mapp at the recently completed £50 million HQ office development 2 Glass Wharf, Temple Quay, Bristol.

Insurance specialist Markel International and property asset manager MJ Mapp have taken new 10 year and 5 year leases respectively on ground floor suites of 1,500 sq ft and 1,300 sq ft. The tenants are paying between £28 and £29 per sq ft.

Markel International and MJ Mapp join existing tenants PwC, Arcadis Group and Foot Anstey LLP at this waterfront scheme which sits within the Temple Quay Enterprise Zone.

Rorie Henderson, Director at Salmon Harvester commented: “These latest lettings to well-known tenants with strong covenants, complement the existing line up at 2 Glass Wharf. We now have a floor and a half to let in a Bristol city centre starved of new Grade A offices and I hope to announce some further lettings and new record rental levels for Bristol very soon.”

HMRC signed a 25 year lease on a 107,000 sq ft pre-let in December 2016 for Salmon Harvester’s adjacent 3 Glass Wharf. The new development is being funded by Legal & General.

Salmon Harvester is advised by Alder King and JLL. Markel International was advised by Burston Cook and MJ Mapp was unrepresented.