A major refurbishment of a prominent lakeside office building at Aztec West in Bristol will deliver much-needed modern space for businesses.
1000 Aztec West, which is owned by CEG, is due to undergo a multi-million-pound revamp following the departure of previous tenant ST Microelectronics in May.
CEG has over nine million sq ft of commercial property in its portfolio, worth over £800m, including Quorn on Temple Way, Crescent Centre on Templeback and Aspire on Victoria Street, in Bristol.
Property agents JLL, Cushman & Wakefield and Williams Gunter Hardwick have been appointed by CEG to market 1000 Aztec West for let.
Tom Gaynor, Head of Investment South at CEG, said: “Aztec West is the leading business park in the South West and we have big plans for 1000. We plan to start on site in the autumn and will transform the building to provide the most employee focused, modern space in the area.”
Ian Wills, director at JLL in Bristol, said: “These very exciting plans include providing the key amenities that we are increasingly seeing staff request from their employers such as excellent outdoor space and high-quality shower and changing areas for cyclists and runners. The refurbishment will ensure the building makes the most of the lake and mature landscaping next door.”
Andrew Hardwick, director at WGH, said: “The scheme will provide up to 60,000 sq ft of space and will offer plenty of parking. Businesses interested in the space should get in touch.”