Prime space on the third floor of one of Bristol’s most prestigious office buildings has been brought to the market.
The 11,575 sq ft Grade A office is situated within the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, at 3 Temple Quay, which is a landmark nine-storey building on Temple Back East featuring a full-height glazed central atrium.
James Preece, national offices director at Colliers International, which is acting on behalf of landlord jointly with Savills, said the modern, open-plan accommodation is available to let on a new lease for a term to be agreed.
“There is considerable demand for prime office space in Bristol city centre, and this prominent office building with its spectacular, soon to be refurbished, reception will appeal to a range of potential occupiers,” he said.
“It comes with nine parking spaces in the secure basement, plus secure onsite cycle storage; shower and locker facilities and a designated drying room.
Chris Meredith, director at Savills said: “In addition to providing a range of high quality facilities, this is a very accessible building that is only five minutes’ walk from Bristol Temple Meads Station, and with good access to the M32 motorway as it is just off Temple Way, which forms part of Bristol’s Inner Ring Road.”
Mr Meredith added that the location of 3 Temple Quay within the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone meant the occupier of the premises would be entitled to business rates relief of between 50% and 100%, subject to relevant criteria being met.