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Bristol city centre office suite with high ratio of parking spaces offers commuting convenience


Recently refurbished high quality office accommodation with excellent facilities for cyclists and great parking in Bristol city centre has been brought to the market by Colliers International, jointly with Knight Frank.

Located at the four storey PS21 building at 21 Prince Street, adjacent to Queen Square, the 1,528 sq ft part ground floor suite comes with two basement parking spaces, as well as significant amounts of secure cycle storage.

James Preece, director in the National Offices team at Colliers international, said: “This quality office space by highly-regarded developer Robert Hitchins will enable the occupier to offer a range of commuting options to staff.

“The part ground floor at PS21 has an excellent ratio of parking at one space per 764 sq ft, which is one of the best in Bristol city centre and means those who would prefer to drive in to work can be given the opportunity to do so. It is within easy reach of bus routes and Temple Meads railway station and has storage and showers for those who wish to cycle.”

The air-conditioned suite is the last remaining space available at PS21.

The building’s canopied main entrance leads to an impressive double height reception which gives access to the ground floor suites, as well as two eight person passenger lifts, showers, and the main staircase.

Andy Smith of Knight Frank added: “Office space of this size in Bristol city centre invariably attracts interest from a range of potential occupiers, and will undoubtedly be further increased by the availability of generous on-site parking and cycle storage facilities, together with its convenient and highly-attractive city centre location near the Floating Harbour, bars, shops and restaurants.”

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James Preece


National Offices


I am a Director in the National Offices team based in Bristol and have over 22 years experience.

Having joined Colliers in August 2008 my role has included numerous disposals and acquisitions in the South West for a myriad of clients, from large funds such as Aviva to private individuals.

I previously worked for Bidwells Business Space Agency team in Cambridge (2003 -2008) where I specialised in office and research & development disposals and acquisitions.

Before this I worked for Chesterton International Plc in London. After qualifying as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2001, I remained in the City office agency team.


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