During a period of somewhat uncertainty in the country, a speculative office development is being constructed which underlines the developers confidence in the East Midlands area.
BB&J Commercial have been appointed to deal with the marketing of a speculative office development at Low’s Lane in Stanton by Dale.
The proposed building will comprise an ‘L-shaped’ two-storey office building of approximately 311.4sq m / 3,352sq ft and will have an attractive feature circular corner façade to the front elevation. The property will be of a largely open plan design and will benefit from WC facilities to both floors allowing the potential for one occupier of the whole or for the accommodation to be split on a floor by floor basis.
A huge attraction of the property is the car parking allowance with the completed property benefitting from between 17 to 20 car parking spaces all situated within a secure self-contained site.
The developers will also be happy to consider individual occupier requirements on a design and build basis or alternatively different forms of development for the site should it be of interest.
Chris Keogh of BB&J Commercial who is handling the instruction said “As the local market continues to offer limited opportunities for good quality new build office properties we are very pleased to bring to the market this extremely prominent development.”
“The clearance of the site has now commenced with construction due soon. The proposed building offers a company a fantastic opportunity to have a headquarters office building in a popular location with excellent road communications with Junction 25 of the M1 Motorway being a short distance away. Alternatively, on completion it offers an investor the opportunity to purchase a high quality brand new office building which is flexible in order to let out to one tenant or on a floor by floor basis. Enquiries are invited on a freehold or leasehold basis.”
For further information or if you wish to view the property then contact Chris Keogh on either 01332 292825 or email@example.com