A rarely available second floor suite at Tower Wharf, one of Bristol’s premier business locations, is expected to attract significant interest from companies keen to secure Grade-A space in the city centre.
The waterfront offices are being marketed on behalf of Picton by joint agents Lambert Smith Hampton and Colliers International.
Peter Musgrove, director at Lambert Smith Hampton commented: “Tower Wharf features a large reception with a four-storey atrium, shower facilities on all floors, a secure basement car park and cycle spaces, as well as an on-site commissionaire. The recently refurbished building has been receiving a high level of interest already and we anticipate that the space will not be available for long.”
James Preece, National Offices Director in the Bristol office of Colliers International, said: “Bristol city centre has a significant shortage of Grade-A city centre space, with availability standing at just 2 per cent, together with a limited development pipeline.
“Inevitably, this combination will result in demand from a range of potential occupiers for this high-specification office accommodation, which benefits from being ideally situated in a central location overlooking the Floating Harbour, and within easy walking distance of Temple Meads railway station and Cabot Circus shopping centre.”
The bright, fitted out second floor office space available at Tower Wharf extends across 13,613 sq ft and has nine parking spaces. Quoting rent is £29.50 per sq ft per annum exclusive.
Last year Tower Wharf was bought by Stock Exchange listed property investment company Picton for £23.15 million.
Since then, new occupiers have moved into the top two floors, with Integreon taking a 10,719 sq fourth floor suite, and global advertising agency McCann moving into 8,382 sq ft on the fifth floor.