Hat-trick of deals confirm the attraction of being at Number One, Bristol …
Existing occupiers, Greenwoods Solicitors , have expanded to take further accommodation within the building. Aviva and The Institute of Financial Planning are new occupiers to the building having taken 5,912 sq. ft and 2,707 sq ft of refurbished accommodation on the second floor and Mezzanine floors respectively. One Redcliff Street is marketed by Colliers International and CBRE.
The landmark building provides 140,000sq ft, located within the CBD close to Bristol, Temple Meads station and was subject to a major refurbishment programme 12 months ago.
Colliers International offices specialist James Preece said the lettings demonstrated the excellent location of One Redcliff Street.
He said: “We completed deals equal to 13 per cent of the whole building in a very competitive market, reflecting the attractiveness of the building to occupiers.”
Peter Martin of CBRE said: “The quality of the refurbishment and the flexibility of the floor plates has contributed to the recent deals. With suites ranging from 2,000 sq ft to whole floors of over 10,000 sq ft we are hoping to attract further occupiers at Number One Redciff Street in the near future.”
Existing tenants include TLT , Withers and Rogers, Scottish Equitable, BNP Paribas and PKF (BDO) .
The 140,000 sq ft building is managed by SWIP (Scottish Widows Investment Partnership) on behalf of clients.
All enquiries should be directed to Richard Wright, National Offices, Colliers International on 0117 917 2000.
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