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Landmark Bristol building to undergo major refurb

Posted by Mark
September 6, 2013 in Office Partitioning

The major refurbishment of a landmark property near Queen Square in Bristol, which has seen a totally new  office fit out  office fit out, is nearing completion – with new tenants expected to flock to the site.

The city-centre office building, at 25 King Street, enjoys a prime position between the city centre and Queen Square. Overlooking the recent new north west development of the square, the building has been refurbished to an expected cost of £1.5 million.

As well as redeveloping the interior of the building, a new underground car park is expected to instantly propel the office’s desirability.

It is inside the development that the major changes will take place though.

As well as a new reception, the plans have seen the installation of a shower and rest room facility for staff, as well as cycle racks. With Bristol being one of the most cycle-friendly cities in the UK, this is seen as a particular bonus.

The project for the six-storey, 18,000 square foot site has also seen a major office reworking, which will likely see the inclusion of office partitions. Committing to best practice methods and innovative techniques will further advance the attractiveness of the popular location.

According to GVA director Richard Kidd, there has been a great deal of interest in the property. Kidd said:

“We are already experiencing strong interest in the space even at this early stage.”

Available floor by floor or as a whole building, the work has seen the building achieve a band C energy efficiency rating.

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