Following the appointment to market 11-15 Bugle Street a few months ago, Holloway Iliffe & Mitchell has completed the letting of the Grade II* Listed building to one of the south coast’s leading creative digital marketing agencies, ICAAL.
Previously a convent and chapel structured around a Georgian house, Victorian chapel and a modern single storey extension, 11-15 Bugle Street offers versatile open plan space ideal for a creative business to occupy.
The whole property extends to 5,300 sq ft and ICAAL is undertaking a bespoke fitout programme ahead of relocating from its current offices on Millbrook Road East.
Commenting on the move, ICAAL CEO Chris Tahmasaby said: “We are delighted to be moving into our new ICAAL HQ this year. Having completed a fantastic fitout programme over the last few weeks, the start to 2020 is a very exciting time for ICAAL and the team.
“The last couple of years have seen the business grow organically and relocating to bigger offices has always been part of our long-term strategy. I am naturally very proud of our team for all their hard work to make this spectacular move possible. Bugle Street is a truly special location, quite out of the ordinary and will give us the space to continue to expand our range of services, to new and existing clients alike.”
Holloway Iliffe & Mitchell Director, Tom Holloway added: “It’s rare to find a building like 11-15 Bugle Street so close to the city centre. Having been substantially refurbished, ICAAL’s bespoke fitout plans will make it a stunning location.
“Being a stone’s throw to the coast, there are also great views across both Mayflower Park and the Solent to enjoy.”