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High Quality Refurbished Offices | To Let | Prism House, East Kilbride - #1
High Quality Refurbished Offices | To Let | Prism House, East Kilbride - #2
High Quality Refurbished Offices | To Let | Prism House, East Kilbride - #3
The property comprises a detached, ground floor office pavilion constructed in 2000 (subsequently fully refurbished in 2016).
The building is of steel portal frame construction with glazed curtain wall elevations and a pitched profile aluminium roof.
Internally, the property comprises nine separate offices.
The fully refurbished interior has been designed to meet the needs of modern business combining efficiency with flexibility.
All office space comprises carpeted floor coverings, painted plasterboard walls, generous natural daylight, Cat 6 cabling throughout and fibre optic available.
Suite 3 is the final suite available and is afforded access to to a communal kitchen area, and two communal W/C areas (male, female & disabled).
Entrance is gained from the main entrance and lobby/ reception area.
At the centre of the structure there is a landscaped courtyard that can be accessed from around the building.
Prism house is located on Rankine Avenue within Scottish Enterprise Technology Park in East Kilbride.
Scottish Enterprise Technology Park lies half a mile south east of East Kilbride town centre and a short distance from the A724 and A726.
The premises lie approximately 12 miles to the south of Glasgow, 46 miles west of Edinburgh, 7 miles south of Rutherlgen and 6 miles west of Hamilton.
The A725 dual carriageway north of the technology park leads to the Raith Interchange which provides links to the M8 and M74 motorways.
Easy access is also afforded to the M77 via the A726 dual carriage way to the west.
East Kilbride has a mainline railway station which links directly to Glasgow Central Station.
Both Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports are easily accessible via the M8.
Significant neighbouring occupiers in the park are the National Engineering Laboratory, East Kilbride Engineering and The Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre.