Landmark Bristol office building 1 Redcliff Street is now fully occupied following the letting of the South Wing to leading international headhunters Granger Reis.
The executive search specialist Granger Reis has taken refurbished space totalling 3,550 sq ft on a 10 year lease at the 15-storey building, in a deal negotiated by Colliers International on behalf of Aberdeen Standard Investments.
James Preece, director in the National Offices team at Colliers International, said: “One Redcliff is one of Bristol’s most prominent office buildings and has always attracted demand from professional tenants seeking high-quality office space.
“This year has been no exception, and the letting of the South Wing to Granger Reis means that the building is now fully let.”
Joint agent, Phil Morton of Morton Property Consultants commented: “The fact that this letting has been agreed at the end of a year of lockdowns and other restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic shows that office space in Bristol city centre will continue to attract tenants, particularly if that space is well refurbished and well-located, as is the case with One Redcliff.”
Other tenants at One Redcliff, which is prominently located at the junction of Redcliff Street and Victoria Street near to Bristol Bridge, include TLT, Hewlett Packard, Aon, Scott Logic, and Booking.com.
The building underwent a high quality refurbishment which was completed in the last couple of years, which included an impressive remodelled entrance and reception fronting Victoria Street.